New sensor detects contaminants in water in real time
February 20, 2014Professor Harold Hemond co-invents groundbreaking device with 3-D mapping capabilities.
Objective reality: 3-D printing gains traction at MIT
January 10, 2014MIT Libraries are offering an IAP session (already full) and a brown-bag lunch talk on 3-D printing — technology MIT helped develop years ago that is now entering the mainstream.
As the world turns: Learning about plate tectonics through on-screen interactions
December 11, 2013Created by OEIT's ARTEMiS group, the Plate Tectonics interactive visualization challenges students to interpret a 3-D globe of tectonic data, providing animations of the opening and closing of ocean basins and the splitting of Pangaea.
New system allows for high-accuracy, through-wall, 3-D motion tracking
December 11, 2013Technology could revolutionize gaming, fall detection among the elderly, and more.
CSAIL researchers develop new ways to streamline, simplify 3-D printing
July 24, 2013New research to be presented at the 2013 SIGGRAPH computer graphics conference could transform field of 3-D printing.
Glasses-free 3-D TV looks nearer
July 11, 2012A new method for producing multiple-perspective 3-D images could prove more practical in the short term than holography.