learning + teaching
neural interfacing and control
banking and finance
natural language processing
internet of things
sports and fitness
Designing Systems for Cognitive Support
Exploring new forms of social justice through art
Future Worlds | Design and action for the future we want to live in
Cultivating Creativity | Catalyzing a global movement enabling everyone to unlock
and unleash their individual and collective creativity
OctoStudio is a free coding app available at octostudio.orgOctoStudio transforms how young people use mobile phones and tablets, enabl…
Building intelligent personified technologies that collaborate with people to help them learn, thrive, and flourish.
Too many apps treat young people as passive consumers, not motivated makers. But there are alternatives.
Engaging people in creative learning experiences
Connected Mind + Body | Revolutionizing the future of mental and physical wellbeing
This series of artwork repurposes the movement of light as the basis for sculpture, and investigate how architecture meets the natural worl…
Exploring the essence of code as a creative medium
Life with AI | Designing the future of smart systems to improve the human experience
Cloud Light is a lighting object that draws inspiration from signed distance function geometries and nature. It functions as a lamp a…
Created by Media Lab PhD students Shruti Dhariwal and Manuj Dhariwal, CoCo is a digital learning platform that fosters collaboration.
CoCo is a new live co-creative learning platform designed to empower educators to support young people in both physical and remote set…
Personal Robots alum Stefania Druga and editor Keith Hammond explore the ways that crafters and makers can use generative AI techniques.
“MIT Illuminations” showcases the creative coding work of MIT community members, including Media Lab alumni.
Researcher Pattie Maes believes it's crucial to build machines to support our intelligence rather than replace it.
Korbin Deary talks about his involvement with Scratch, a programming platform created by the Lifelong Kindergarten research group at the Lab
Scratch, a coding platform for children, was developed by the Lifelong Kindergarten group at the Media Lab in 2007.
Master’s student Chelsi Cocking combines her love for computer science and design in her research and outreach efforts at the Media Lab.
Nina does daily sketches on Twitter @ninasketches or at the website for her 2021 sketches , where you can see them in all their glory.You c…
Zach Lieberman talks to arts curator Roddy Schrock about creative coding, his career path, the work of his group at the Media Lab, and more.
By Chelsi Cocking and Manaswi MishraCode Cypher, hosted by CAST Visiting Artist and Grammy-winning rapper Lupe Fiasco and Pr…
The Council for the Arts at MIT congratulates the recipients of the 2021 Schnitzer Prize in the Visual Arts.
Zach Lieberman talks about the illustrations he created for this week’s cover story of The NYT Magazine and translating code-based art.
Scratch is the world's most popular coding community for kids. Millions of kids around the world are using Scratch to program their ow…