SpaceCHI 3.0A Conference on Human-Computer Interaction for Space ExplorationJune 22 -23, 2023 at MIT Media LabSpace travel and b…
A variety of Media Lab community members will participate in the 2023 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
IFT celebrated its launch with a press conference, a research conference, and an evening of interactive arts performances.
This interactive event will highlight insights and recent research from the MIT Media Lab over the course of three days in Bangkok, Thailand
The second global machine olfaction technologies conference
"Sensing And Connecting Across Scales"
A number of Media Lab researchers and alumni are participating in UbiComp 2022.
"Looking Past The Goggles - New Ways Wearables Will Bridge Real & Virtual"
SpaceCHI 2.0: Advancing Human-Computer Interaction for Space ExplorationA Workshop at ACM CHI 2022 / Hybrid Workshop on May 1, 2022&nb…
We hope you'll join us for this segment of the Media Lab Perspective Series, where Responsive Environments group head Joseph Paradiso …
Learn more about the Media Lab community members and projects that are taking the stage during this year's SXSW conference.
LecturersProf. Joseph Paradiso, Prof. Valentina Sumini, Arch. Guillermo Trotti Webinar Series SyllabusIn the last twen…
What does the future with a metaverse look like, and how will it impact us?
Explore the Media Lab research presented at UbiComp 2021!
A variety of Media Lab community members will be participating in the virtual 2021 ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems.
Space travel and becoming an interplanetary species have always been part of humanity’s greatest imaginings.
The MIT Media Lab is a community centered around research and invention—a place that builds ideas to change the world. As a valued member o…
Update (2/23/21): A recording of the talk has been uploaded at the bottom of this page.CLIMATE TALK: WILL TECHNOLOGY SAVE US FROM CLIM…
The following Media Lab community members are participating in the virtual ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST).
The virtual Cambridge CHI event, which is student-run and open to the public, is happening May 14-15th from 11am–2pm EDT.
KnittedKeyboard will be presented as part of an interactive exhibition at the interface of of science and creativity.
The following Media Lab community members are participating in the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting this year.
How We Will Connect To Our Networked Future in a Post-IoT World
The International Astronautical Congress in Washington, DC brings together about 5,000 members of the global space comm…
The Space Exploration Initiative will be sharing eight paper presentations at the International Astronautical Congress in Washington DC
A discussion about the first results from the Event Horizon Telescope.
Media Lab faculty speak at Xapiens kickoff event
In collaboration with the Department of Nuclear Science & Engineering and the MIT Media Lab, ACT presents Resynthes…
Award-winning author and designer Neal Stephenson, in conversation with Joe Paradiso and Ariel Ekblaw.
Sensor(y) Landscapes: Technologies for an Extended Perceptual Presence
A novel swarm-inspired distributed digital fabrication method capable of printing tailorable multifunctional materials
Karlheinz Brandenburg (born 20 June 1954, in Erlangen) is a German electrical engineer and mathematician.
– Interfacing humans to the ubiquitous electronic “nervous system”.
– Sensor networks will soon extend across things, places, and people.
This dissertation explores lighting and environment control for future workspaces with advanced sensing and output capabilities.
The 2017 Gabor Lecture will be presented by Professor Joseph ParadisoWe have already witnessed profound and often unanticipated development…
Joseph A. Paradiso (Massachusetts Institute of Technology – MIT) will give the lecture “Life after the app – How Humans will connect with t…
SingularityU Summits are two-day conferences held across the globe to help local leaders understand how exponentia…
Spring 2017 member meeting workshops.
At its heart, documentary cinema has always been an experimental medium. Its evolution has been driven on the one hand by the creativity an…
Cranberry bogs are often thought of as an iconic element of Massachusetts' historical, cultural and natural landscapes. Yet, today, due to …
We envision that future wearable technology will move around the human body, and will react to its host and the environment. To proof this …
LocationSan Diego, CA
LocationNew York, NY
LocationFour Seasons Hotel, Istanbul
LocationMIT Media Lab, E14-244
DescriptionDesigners of interactive products have long sought to match form with function. The physical affo…
LocationMIT Media Lab, E15-341
DescriptionDigital Synesthesia is the concept of using sensors and mobile technology to create a user experi…
LocationMIT Media Lab, Bartos Theater E15-070
DescriptionLighting, and its emergence as a digital and networked medium, represents an ideal…
LocationAsheville, North Carolina
LocationMIT Media Lab, E14-240
DescriptionThis talk will provide an overview of the Intel Science and Technology Center for Pervasive Compu…
LocationSanta Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, CA
LocationMIT Media Lab, E14-244
DescriptionWe live in a world where everyday artifacts are designed and augmented as media interfaces. Techn…
LocationMIT Media Lab, E14-240
DescriptionHybrid reAssemblage is a design gestalt that lies at the cross-section of digital design practice…
LocationMIT Media Lab, E14-525 (Nagashima Conference Room)
DescriptionHumanity's desire to capture and understand motion started in 1878 an…
Location6th Floor E14
DescriptionIn this thesis Todd Farrell will present a novel algorithm that studies the role of extrinsic versus intri…
LocationMIT Media Lab, E14-633
DescriptionIn this dissertation research, we explore ways of using audio on AR applications, as it is especi…
LocationSan Francisco, CA
DescriptionJoin Together Boston and the MIT Museum in celebrating the work of Joe Paradiso, professor at the MIT Media L…
LocationMIT Media Lab, Bartos Theatre (E15, Lower Level)
LocationVaris Lecture Hall, Tufts University