"Bits and Bricks" Wins Best Demo Award at IEEE Future Technologies Conference

"Bits and Bricks" Wins Best Demo Award at IEEE Future Technologies Conference

Media Lab researchers Ira Winder and Nina Lutz presented the Tactile Matrix at the IEEE-SAI Future Technologies Conference and won the award for best demonstration. The Tactile Matrix is an open source system for a machine-readable matrix of objects that performs real-time computation and dynamic projection-mapping for projects like CityScope.

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Conversation with BSA Committee for Research and Innovation Design

Conversation with BSA Committee for Research and Innovation Design

I'll be discussing interactive simulation tools and methods Tuesday, October 24 from 5:00pm (EDT) at the Boston Society of Architects' Committee for Research and Innovation Design chaired by Luke Voiland and Hilary Barlow. The venue is free and open to the public. Register for the event.

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CityScope Featured in Presidential Report on Technology and the Future of Cities

CityScope Featured in Presidential Report on Technology and the Future of Cities

The President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST) published "Technology and the Future of Cities Report to the President" that highlighted the CityScope Project developed by Ira Winder.

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