From Professor T.L. Taylor comes her look at the revolution in game live streaming and esports broadcasting.
Present current research into the nature, character and behavior of emerging typologies of connected and intelligent objects within adaptive systems.
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Podcast, “Collective Intelligence”: Featuring Agnieszka Kurant, Stefan Helmreich, Adam Haar Horowitz and Caroline Jones
Four MIT artists and scholars discuss the idea of collective intelligence in relation to emerging technology, artistic inquiry, and social and cultural movements. CMS/W Professor Nick Monfort moderates.
Congratulations to this year’s students published in Angles, a collection of the best pieces from introductory writing courses at MIT.
Internet Killed the Michelin Star: The Motives of Narrative and Style in Food Text Creation on Social Media
While the underlying purpose of the construction and consumption of food texts remain the same from analog to digital form, the authority of food culture and its complimentary narrative control has shifted as a result of the convergence of food texts and digital media affordances.
Critically-acclaimed filmmaker and artist Thomas Allen Harris reveals his process, experiences, and unexpected outcomes working with communities in online and offline shared spaces and places.
Marcia Bartusiak illuminates overlooked breakthroughs and the people who made them.
“These pieces will transport you to ancient Mars, when water flowed freely across its surface; to the collision of two black holes, a cosmological event that released fifty times more energy than was radiating from every star in the universe; and to the beginning of time itself.”
Erik Loyer’s award-winning work explores new blends of game dynamics, poetic expression and interactive visual storytelling.