Foneshow uses "dumb phones" to change radio.
A sound-canceling room could provide clues about digital sound that carries the hallmarks of real life.
Shape-changing dresses and music-playing sweaters were just some of the wearable technologies at the Seamless: Computational Couture fashion show.
NBC's reality is something I'm proud to be out of touch with.
There's still time to participate in the Give One, Get One program.
Google Maps's mashup site is simple, social, and satisfying.
NASA is planning to test a prototype house in Antarctica for future moon habitation.
Recently, I had an experience in New York City that reminded me of the three C's of design.
At the Media Lab, you get asked questions by all kinds of folks: faculty, students, sponsors, and ... well ... urinals.
My all-time favorite sign in the world, from the basement shop at the MIT Media Lab.