Tag Archives: MIT Media Lab

Bill Buxton questions the OLPC(One Laptop per Child) project

link to the article:¬†http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/people/bibuxton/buxtoncollection/detail.aspx?id=98 the four questions he asked: Will giving computers to kids in the developing world improve their education? Will having a thus better educated youth help bring a society out of poverty? Can that educational improvement be accomplished by giving the computers to the kids, with no special training for teachers? Should […]

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CORNAR: Looking around Corners with Femtophotography

seems like there’s a lot going on with digital photography recently. i don’t fully understand what they’re saying but definitely interesting. from YouTube info box: Out of (Line of) Sight, But Not Out of View. The Camera Culture group at the Media Lab has created CORNAR: Looking around Corners with Femtophotography. With CORNAR, femtosecond imaging […]

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