For Interphase EDGE/x participants, a life-sized Barbie-themed TARDIS prompts reflections on social norms.
Produced with techniques borrowed from Japanese paper-cutting, the strong metal lattices are lighter than cork and have customizable mechanical properties.
Evan Kramer’s latest foray into urban astrophotography puts the focus on his fellow researchers.
MAGE merges the two key tasks of image generation and recognition, typically trained separately, into a single system.
MIT postdoc Ziv Epstein SM ’19, PhD ’23 discusses issues arising from the use of generative AI to make art and other media.
A study inspired by the Japanese paper-cutting art provides a blueprint for designing shape-shifting materials and devices.