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Hungarian President János Áder visits MIT Media Lab

Four research groups host delegation in 90-minute visit.
Hungarian President János Áder (left) was greeted by MIT President L. Rafael Reif at the MIT Media Lab.
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Hungarian President János Áder (left) was greeted by MIT President L. Rafael Reif at the MIT Media Lab.
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The president visited four of the Media Lab's research groups: Tangible Media, Changing Places, Personal Robots, and Lifelong Kindergarten.
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The president visited four of the Media Lab's research groups: Tangible Media, Changing Places, Personal Robots, and Lifelong Kindergarten.
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Photo: Andy Ryan
Áder and his wife, Anita Herczegh, spoke with Professor Mitchel Resnick, head of the Media Lab's Lifelong Kindergarten group.
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Áder and his wife, Anita Herczegh, spoke with Professor Mitchel Resnick, head of the Media Lab's Lifelong Kindergarten group.
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Photo: Andy Ryan
Áder spoke with doctoral candidate Sigurdur Orn at the Personal Robots lab.
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Áder spoke with doctoral candidate Sigurdur Orn at the Personal Robots lab.
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Photo: Andy Ryan
Ryan Chin (left) and Ira Winder (to the right of Áder) demonstrated CityScope.
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Ryan Chin (left) and Ira Winder (to the right of Áder) demonstrated CityScope.
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Photo: Andy Ryan
Professor Hiroshi Ishii demonstrated inFORM in the Media Lab's Tangible Media group's laboratory.
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Professor Hiroshi Ishii demonstrated inFORM in the Media Lab's Tangible Media group's laboratory.
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Photo: Andy Ryan

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