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The honorees will be included in the October 2022 print issue of Fast Company Magazine.
Congratulations to Ali Shtarbanov and Irmandy Wicaksono!
MIT researchers created a smart textile linked up with a machine learning system.
Researchers develop a comfortable, form-fitting fabric that recognizes its wearer’s activities, like walking, running, and jumping.
Our digital knitting approach enables the fabrication of 2D to 3D pressure-sensitive textile interiors and wearables
Two projects led by Irmandy Wicaksono of the Responsive Environments group, with collaborators, have been honored as finalists.
Wicaksono researches and invents electronic textiles and garments with a wide range of applications.
I’d like to continue to make these connections, between traditional practices in my country and the things I’ve learned abroad.
Congratulations to project team researchers Irmandy Wicaksono, Don Derek Haddad, and collaborator Loni Landon!
Inspired by the human ear, a new acoustic fabric converts audible sounds into electrical signals.
Developed in collaboration with dancer Loni Landon, Tapis Magique is a pressure-sensitive, knitted electronic textile carpet.
Pressure-sensitive, knitted electronic textile carpet generates 3D sensor data based on body gestures, drives an immersive sonic environment
Tapis Magique by Irmandy Wicaksono in collaboration with Don Derek Haddad (Responsive Environments) and Loni Landon is a pressure…
KnittedKeyboard II seeks is an interactive, textile-based musical device with the familiar layout of piano keys.
Developed by Irmandy Wicaksono (Responsive Environments) and demonstrated by Mike Hao Jiang (Viral Communications), KnittedKeyboard II is a…
Founded in 2016 and now in our fifth year, we set our sights on space. The Space Exploration Initiative has since grown to 5…
As a part of Proseminar in Media Arts and Sciences, the newly-minted PhD cohort works together to envision future Media Lab research groups
Irmandy Wicaksono, PhD student in the Responsive Environments group, has been chosen as one of six finalists in the 2021 Lexus Design Award.
The competition, now in its ninth year, has featured a cross section of blue-chip companies, scruffy startups, and hungry young talents.
A six-week summer course in Shenzhen gave students a unique experience in bringing their research into a manufacturing environment
A 48-hour creative exchange between more than 40 artists and creative technologists.
Could MIT Media Lab's project usher in a new era for instruments?
Its potential here on Earth has much more widespread benefit potential, particularly in the era of COVID-19.
The rapid advancement of electronic devices and fabrication technologies has further promoted the field of wearables and smart textiles. Ho…
Comfortable, form-fitting garments could be used to remotely track patients’ health.
Here's my take on the future of textiles, as well as the connection between research and manufacturing.
KnittedKeyboard at ETH Rethinking Creativity Pavilion
The Hacking Manufacturing program allowed students to gain exposure to the realities of deploying their research outside of academia.
Congratulations to all who graduated during the 2018-2019 academic year!
FabricKeyboard is an instrument you play by pressing, twisting, pulling, and stretching.
È un’interfaccia collegabile a computer e sintetizzatori, è responsive come un pad e suonabile quanto una primordiale tastiera.
Textile in G Major
In a new project from MIT Media Lab, the FabricKeyboard is an instrument you play by pressing, twisting, pulling and stretching.