Part of the MIT FAST Festival, Unflat Pavilion is a freestanding pavilion illuminated with LEDS that flexes two dimensions into three. Flat sheets are bent and unfurl into skylights, columns and windows.
Professor Karl K. Berggren of MIT discusses research and education in his group, and the intellectual challenges facing engineers at the frontiers of nanoscale and quantum information science.
Fabricating Networks: Notes on Biologically Inspired Design — Neri Oxman
Mediated Matter research integrates computational form-finding strategies with biologically inspired fabrication in order to enhance the relation between natural and man-made environments.
Video by: Canay Ozden Prostheses are critical body extensions. They should naturally fit the body, lend themselves to customization, and be affordable, none of which are provided by today's industry. Nadya Peek, of MIT's "Fab Lab," takes us on a short tour of the world of those who seek ...