The Self-Assembly Lab teamed up with an Michigan-based furniture company to develop a gel-based machine that can print pretty much anything—in minutes.
Visual definitions shed light on 2015's biggest art trends.
Watch designers Christophe Guberan and Skylar Tabbits’ Minimal Shoe change on its own.
When we can make objects that reproduce, what does that mean for the definition of life itself?
Working with Gramazio Kohler Research, these guys are changing how we think about infrastructure.
We talked to MIT Self-Assembly Lab Director Skylar Tibbits about how "evolutionary fabrication" could radically change how things are made.
The parts literally assemble themselves.
Skylar Tibbits and Arthur Olson’s installation proves intelligent assembly wasn’t invented by Scandinavian designers, but rather million-year-old deadly organisms.