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An organic sculptural landmark that responds to human interaction and expresses context awareness using hundreds of sensors and over 15,000 individually addressable optical fibers. Constructed of carbon glass, spanning over four meters, ...
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Sustainable practice emerges from a carefully crafted choreography between different elements within the built environment. In our design, we program the relationship between both the active and passive elements of the architecture as an...
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2009 Koch Institute Symposium Robert Weinberg: introduction to afternoon session and speakers
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An introduction to some flow visualization techniques used at MIT. These methods help us understand the fluid dynamics of natural and manmade systems. I made this video to compile the sweet videos we've taken over the years. Otherwise ...
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Speaker: Jeanne Marie Kusina, Bowling Green State University. Moderator: Madeleine Clare Elish, MIT. Abstract: This presentation discusses the role of digital media in the field of environmental ethics. There is a long, rich traditi...
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2009 Koch Institute Symposium Tyler Jacks and Richard Hynes: Introduction and overview
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Neurons in the visual cortex (area V4) encode the visual scene, and neurons in the FEF portion of prefrontal cortex control the focus of attention. When attention (cone and circle) is directed to the red book, neurons in FEF and V4 (rep...
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This is part of the documentation of the YouthBuild Lawrence youth leaders and their development of a campaign to fight littering in their city. The campaign was a hands-on project as part of Marshall Ganz's 'Organizing: People, Power an...
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The Center for Excitonics is a collaboration between the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard University and Brookhaven National Laboratory. Our objective is to supersede traditional electronics with devices that use excitons ...
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