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Novel approaches to ship design using state-of-the-art computers are presented in a 1966 interview of Halsey Herreshoff, instructor at the MIT Department of Naval Architecture in charge of research in ship model testing, in this "Science...
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View an excerpt from Full Day, a time-lapse film by urban designer, author, and longtime member of the MIT faculty, Kevin Lynch. Filming from the Memorial Drive side of the MIT campus and looking across the Charles River towards the city...
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This video includes footage of MIT Professors Judson R. Baron and Eugene E. Covert, pioneers in aeronautics. Filmed in 1997, during an AeroAstro historical presentation, they discuss the early days of MIT's state-of-the-art Wright Brothe...
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This 1967 film depicts the preparation, launch and recovery of the successful flight of the first seven and one-half million pound-thrust Saturn Five vehicle with the Apollo spacecraft. The actual course of the flight is portrayed throu...
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His Highness Karim Aga Khan IV, Spiritual Leader of the Shia Ismaili Muslims, gives the 1994 MIT Commencement Address. The Aga Kahn is the first Muslim to be the guest speak at the MIT Commencement exercises. [T1139]
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The first of two films shown here, "Eye of a Robot" (to 18:30) summarizes computer vision research being carried out in the 1950s at the MIT Laboratory for Artificial Intelligence, under the direction of Marvin Minsky and with Patrick Wi...
Added over 3 years ago | 00:14:40 | 13209 views
Charles Stark Draper and Robert M. Love `33 give a wonderful pilot's view of early aerial acrobatics and film them from both the ground and the cockpit. Cameramen Draper and Arthur Rossi, pilot C.W. Sutherland. Location: Framingham, MA....
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Athletics has always played a role at MIT. But back in the early 20th century, no sporting event was more popular than the annual Field Day competition. These matches pitted freshmen against sophomores. The contests included rowing, swim...
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Go back in time and take a tour of the nuclear reactor at the US Army Materials Research Agency in Watertown, MA in this Science Reporter episode from 1964. Host and science reporter John Fitch of MIT goes behind the scenes of this Ameri...
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Discover what makes GEL unique in this short (four minute) video. See what students do and learn in GEL, and how they benefit from the program's interactive, hands-on, immersive engineering leadership activities.
Added over 3 years ago | 01:57:00 | 5191 views
Victor Weisskopf and Philip Morrison give presentations for the Karl Taylor Compton Lecture series on the topic “Forty Years After Los Alamos: MIT and the Bomb". Moderator is Francis Lowe. April 17, 1985 [T16093]
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