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2 w ago
Aggressive Electric Concept Cars
The Lamborghini Terzo Millennio was Built in Conjunction with MIT
Lamborghini is known for its aggressive designs, and the Lamborghini Terzo Millennio is no exception in that regard. Further, the new concept vehicle’s performance specs are just as impressive...
2 w ago
Artful Pollution Scarves
Kelly Gijsen & Graviky Labs Created Scarf Patterns from Carbon Emissions
Graviky Labs collaborated with designer Kelly Gijsen on a uniquely patterned scarf range that offers a message on air quality and the environment. Graviky Labs is an Indian start-up by MIT Media...
4 w ago
Single-Serve Seed Containers
The Seeds Indeed! Packaging is Designed with Convenience in Mind
Conceived by students at the MIT Institute of Design in Pune, India, this Seeds Indeed! packaging concept is created with convenience in mind. Featuring a compact size, and portion-controlling...
5 w ago
Wireless Programming Toys
The Cubroid Coding Blocks Teach Through Building and Play
The Cubroid Wireless Coding Blocks come as a simple way to get kids involved with coding without having to enroll them in specialized courses. The blocks work by being used by kids to build small...
6 w ago
App-Controlled Smart Bandages
These Bandages Release Medication On a Predetermined Schedule
A group of researchers working out of Harvard Medical School, MIT and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln have developed a high-tech smart bandage that is capable of releasing medication over a...
8 w ago
MIT CSAIL's Primer is a Shape Shifting Robot That Changes Its Exoskeleton
This shape shifting robot is capable of shedding its own exoskeleton so it can better adapt to your needs. Primer was developed by researchers at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence...
9 w ago
Sensor-Laden Space Boots
These Vibrating Boots Use Augmented Reality to Aid Obstacle-Detection
A group of scientists and engineers at MIT have worked in collaboration with the Draper research lab to develop futuristic and sensor-packed space boots that are capable of using vibrations in order...
13 w ago
Robotic Living Accessories
Project Kino Uses Mini Robots to Change the Appearance of Your Clothing
A team from MIT is using miniaturized robotics to create so-called living accessories. Project Kino comes from the Living Mobile Group at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Media Lab....
15 w ago
Robotically Wheeled Jewelry
MIT's Living Jewelry Designs Combine Fashion with Function
Living Jewelry designs are a common occurrence in varying cultures that feature jeweled beetles and other insects worn for decorative purposes. Inspired by this concept, MIT’s Vision Lab...
25 w ago
These Tattoos Will Change Color If One Has Low Blood Sugar
These health-monitoring tattoos created by MIT researcher Katia Vega change color based on your body’s needs. Vega explores what she calls “beauty technology”—finding ways...
18 w ago
This Pipeline Robot Can Be Inserted Into Fire Hydrants to Detect Leaks
PipeGuard is the name of an innovative new pipeline robot, developed by a team of researchers and engineers at MIT, that is capable of being inserted into fire hydrants in order to search out...
18 w ago
Emotion-Sensing Research Tools
The 'Moxo Sensor' Detects Hidden Emotions to Help Market Research
The Moxo Sensor is being developed by MIT’s Media Lab’s ‘mPath’ to ensure market research is as reliable and accurate as possible. Companies can spend millions of dollars...
21 w ago
Durable Autonomous Drones
This Gas-Powered Drone Can Fly For Five Days On a Single Tank
A group of engineers at MIT have developed a truly exceptional autonomous drone that is designed to stay in the air for up to five days at a time on a single talk of gasoline. This particular...
25 w ago
These Flat-Packed Pastas Morphs into Shapes After Immersed in Water
These flat-packed pasta designs were created by MIT’s Tangible Media Group, in response to the fact that that even if packed perfectly, dried macaroni packaging is still 67% air by volume....
27 w ago
Real-Time Braille Translators
'Team Tactile' Has Created a Device for Translating Text to Braille
Team Tactile, a research group from MIT, has developed a device that can do what many apps and AI systems have been able to handle for years. The handheld gadget is capable of translating one...
28 w ago
Sustainable Water-Collecting Devices
This Invention is Used to Harvest Water From the Air to Drink
Access to clean drinking water is a considerable barrier preventing developing communities from overcoming poverty, but this solar-powered device uses humidity to harvest water. Developed by...
29 w ago
Locally Sourced Building Machines
The Digital Construction Platform Builds Using the Environment
The Digital Construction Platform is a robotic system designed by MIT’s Mediated Matter Group. Though the bot might look something like a crane or some other traditional building machine, it...
31 w ago
Impatient Language-Learning Apps
WaitSuite Teaches Users New Languages During Loading Screens
WaitSuite, a new set of apps and programs from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL), leverages the spare time that increasingly accrues in modern life. The app...
12 w ago
3D-Printed Robot Toys
Interactive Robogami from CSAIL Lets Users Mix and Match Components
Interactive Robogami from a team from the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) looks to change perceptions of how robotics are perceived by those with no background in...
13 w ago
Inflating Origami Shapes
MIT Media Lab's 'aeroMorph' Origami Designs Form Themselves
One of the projects that recently came out of the MIT Media Lab introduces ‘aeroMorph,’ or self-inflating origami designs that seemingly come to life on their own accord. By creating a...
18 w ago
Image Recognition Recipe Tools
Pic2Recipe Uses a Neural Network to Predict Recipes Based on Photos
‘Pic2Recipe’ is the name of a new recipe tool developed by MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) to supply a list of ingredients for food photos based...
23 w ago
Wearable Navigation Systems
This Wearable Device Can Guide People with Visual Impairments
MIT researchers have developed a prototype for a wearable navigation system that can guide people with visual impairments. The device is to be wrapped around the users chest and uses a 3D depth-...
26 w ago
Experimental Printed Furniture
Self-Assembly Lab and Steelcase Developed 'Rapid Liquid Printing'
The Self-Assembly Lab from MIT, furniture manufacturer Steelcase and designer Christophe Guberan recently collaborated on the development of a new kind of 3D printing technology called ‘Rapid...
29 w ago
Fighting Algorithmic Bias
Joy Buolamwini's Speech on Algorithms Analyzes AI Bias
In her speech on algorithms, Joy Buolamwini elucidates how seemingly impartial facial recognition systems (and indeed algorithms of all sorts) can ultimate carry biases against certain people....
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