We're thrilled to welcome our friends at the Museum to Kendall Square!
On the occasion of Emmy-award winning writer and director Greg Daniels' guest lecture at the "Virtual Beings and Being Virtual" works…
This week, Stephen Ibaraki has an exclusive interview with Fluid Interfaces student Pat Pataranutaporn.
The workshop sessions will be livestreamed on the MIT Media Lab channel on April 14. The onsite participation is by invitation only—offered…
Researchers encourage positive use cases of AI-generated characters for education and well-being.
Pat Pataranutaporn, a PhD student in the Fluid Interfaces group, co-edited the July 2021 issue of IEEE Sensors Journal, a special issu…
In 2017, the MIT Media Lab set its sights on space, and three years later, in March 2020, the Space Exploration Initiative launch…
City Science researcher Andres Rico reflects on his time participating in this past year's "How To Grow (Almost) Anything" (HTGAA) class.
Read (in Japanese) about "Machinoia: Machine of Multiple Me,” an art project created by Fluid Interfaces student Pat Pataranutaporn.
Fluid Interfaces head Pattie Maes and researcher Pat Pataranutaporn discuss the ethical implications of deepfake technology.
This has been an extraordinarily challenging period for all of you, and we couldn't be prouder of your accomplishments.
Founded in 2016 and now in our fifth year, we set our sights on space. The Space Exploration Initiative has since grown to 5…
The Space Exploration Initiative and Space Enabled research group are participating in this year's Virtual MIT Space Week.
As a part of Proseminar in Media Arts and Sciences, the newly-minted PhD cohort works together to envision future Media Lab research groups
We used a secret time machine under the MIT dome to go to the year 2050 and see what’s going on there!
Pat Pataranutaporn discusses his work at the Media Lab, and takes a step back to talk about adjusting to the new normal of the pandemic.
Congratulations to Pat Pataranutaporn, Angela Vujic, David Kong, Pattie Maes, and Misha Sra!
Sensor technology and advanced sensing systems are today experiencing a radical transformation.
The class introduced students from all backgrounds to the emerging areas of biodesign, biotechnology, and synthetic biology.
Designing Wearables for Space Exploration