In June 2011, on the fifth anniversary of its video series, TED released a list of the 20 most-watched TEDTalks to date, as seen on all the platforms they tracked — TED.com, YouTube, iTunes, embed and download, Hulu and more.
Included in those videos were two from MIT's School of Architecture + Planning — featuring Patti Maes, head of the Media Lab’s Fluid Interfaces Group, and Pranav Mistry, inventor of SixthSense — and this year those two videos are still among the 20 most popular.
It made us curious to know how many TEDTalks have given in total over the years by researchers and innovators linked to SA+P, so we did a search and came up with an unofficial count of 22.
It’s likely we missed a few but you can find descriptions of those we found, along with their number of viewings as of this writing.
All of them are worth watching.