Staff share nano experience — and ice cream — with their families.
Developed by MIT researchers, BrightMarkers are invisible fluorescent tags embedded in physical objects to enhance motion tracking, virtual reality, and object detection.
MIT engineers developed a new way to create these arrays, by scaffolding quantum rods onto patterned DNA.
Director and MIT Professor Jay Scheib’s production, at the Bayreuth Festival in Germany, features an apocalyptic theme and augmented reality headsets for the audience.
The inaugural SERC Symposium convened experts from multiple disciplines to explore the challenges and opportunities that arise with the broad applicability of computing in many aspects of society.
Over the course of four days, Indigenous delegates collaborated on immersive technology with MIT community members.
“Ways of Seeing” project documents endangered Afghan heritage sites through digital imaging, virtual reality, and hand-drawn professional renderings.
FlexBoard is a flexible breadboard that enables rapid prototyping of objects with interactive sensors, actuators, and displays on curved and deformable surfaces.
Students develop entrepreneurial mindsets and cultural competency in a startup boot camp.
The device could help workers locate objects for fulfilling e-commerce orders or identify parts for assembling products.