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Helping Children to be Makers: Improving the Tools, the Stuff, and the Hands Educational technology, as a field, suffers from something of a "values problem". Much of the mainstream work in the field equates education with skill train...
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Beyond Trinkets: Manufacturing Functional Devices at Scale New functional properties for 3D printing enable never-before-possible capabilities. Direct fabrication of optical, electrical, and radio frequency components will enable the ...
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Function and Friction: Rethinking Design, Disability, and Assistive Technology Design for disability most commonly connotes prostheses, assistive technologies, and biomedical devices. But a critical design practice and discourse can t...
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Benjamin Magolan discusses his research which focuses on computational fluid dynamics (CFD), Magolan has been devising and testing algorithms to help model the flow of coolant water inside the core of a nuclear reactor.
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Professor Bilge Yildiz’s research aims to gain a predictive understanding of the relation between the structure and physical chemistry of material surfaces in increasingly harsh and coupled environments of chemical reactivity and applied...
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Kaiser will explore how to use drawing as a means to open up otherwise inaccessible moments of the past -- of private reveries, of abandoned spaces, of live performances long since vanished from the stage. To do so, he will examine a var...
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Carl Lostritto - Designing And Computing: Some Lines Going For A Walk The presence of drawing in architecture today is ubiquitous, but it's purpose and meaning given the pervasive role of them model remains in question. Multiple project...
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Description: A short film about the MIT Architecture Department that will be exhibited at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, France for the Advances in Architectural Geometry Conference, Video Panorama section. The film highlights the current...
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