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Formlabs Form 1+ 3D Printer
In the fall of 2012, a group of engineers and designers from the MIT Media Lab and Center for Bits and Atoms introduced their innovative, high-resolution 3D printer to Kickstarter. Within a month, the Form1 project had received an astonishing $3...
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Charged: Daguerre's American Legacy
Following two highly acclaimed runs at museums in greater-Paris, photo-historian William B. Becker's collection of daguerreotypes—the first widespread photographic process involving imagery cast upon a highly polished silver surface—is about to make...
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Sourcemap
Whole Foods signage lists veggie origins so why shouldn't you know where your computer comes from? Like most commonplace products, despite the public's growing desire to know sources, tracing supply chains isn't easy to do. Enter the user-driven...
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John Kestner
Being a graduate student at MIT's Media Lab is generally a solid prerequisite for assuming someone has brains and John Kestner is no exception. His two new projects explore relationships with digital media, attempting to anchor online interactions...
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Personas Online Data Portraits
Gleaning information from the internet and using algorithms to process it, Aaron Zinman's Personas project creates a color-coded map of online identities. The experiment in data visualization works like a conceptual Google, distilling what'...
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Kelly Dobson's Blendie
I know I wasn't the only kid humming along with the household appliances trying to find the right harmony to make my head vibrate. Right? Um, anyway, MIT Media Lab's Kelly Dobson must have because one avenue of her work takes that interaction and...
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