MIT Media Lab turns 25: A gallery
By IDG News Service and PC World Staff | IDG News Service
Published 15:48, 19 October 10
Robots, gadgets and inventions galore for kids of all ages can all be found at the MIT Media Lab.
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Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Lab
MITundefineds Media Lab celebrated its silver anniversary last week by opening its secretive lab doors to the press. It also invited tech luminaries, such as MIT Lab founder Nicholas Negroponte (now heading One Laptop Per Child) and Google CEO Eric Schmidt, to share their insight on innovation and technology breakthroughs. The Media Lab, which has pioneered everything from robotic prosthetics to the electronic ink inside the Kindle e-reader, showed off some of the latest technology that could soon shape modern life. The images and text that follow are all from IDG News Service which spent the day at the Media Lab exploring the future. (Photos by Nick Barber)