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StreetScore Article Published in Fast Company

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Learn about StreetScore in an article titled: How Crowdsourcing and Machine Learning Will Change The Way We Design Cities published in Fast Company.  StreetScore, a machine learning algorithm that predicts how safe the image of a street looks to a human observer, …

cameracultureStreetScore Article Published in Fast Company

Camera Culture Diwali Celebration

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We celebrated Diwali last month at Media Lab Tea.  We ate delicious food, listened to good music, and surrounded ourselves with friends.  Here are some pics from our party.   

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Vote for eyeMITRA – Finalist in Nokia Sensing X Challenge

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VOTE NOW!  Congratulations to the eyeMITRA team!  Everyone has been working so hard to make this project a success.  Take this time to vote for our team and their technology. About eyeMITRA: eyeMITRA is a mobile retinal imaging solution that brings …

cameracultureVote for eyeMITRA – Finalist in Nokia Sensing X Challenge
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Visiting Student Annette Mossel Works on Ubiquitous Human Computer Interaction and Ultra-Fast Image Acquisition

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I first met Ramesh in summer 2012 during an intensive week of seminars and talks about future trends in imaging that was held at the Vienna University of Technology. I was fascinated by the possibilities and the how new ways …

cameracultureVisiting Student Annette Mossel Works on Ubiquitous Human Computer Interaction and Ultra-Fast Image Acquisition
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Visiting Student Abhimanyu Dubey Works on Real Time Object Detection

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I’ve been fascinated by robotics and artificial intelligence ever since I read my first Asimov novel, way back in high school. As a teenager I also liked to program, and my pre-college days were spent usually wired in to a …

cameracultureVisiting Student Abhimanyu Dubey Works on Real Time Object Detection

Vision-correcting displays: Technology could lead to e-readers, smartphones, and displays that let users dispense with glasses.

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Vision-correcting displays Technology could lead to e-readers, smartphones, and displays that let users dispense with glasses. CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Researchers at the MIT Media Laboratory and the University of California at Berkeley have developed a new display technology that automatically corrects for vision defects — no glasses (or …

cameracultureVision-correcting displays: Technology could lead to e-readers, smartphones, and displays that let users dispense with glasses.

ReDx Hyderabad Workshop Finishes This Week

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Congratulations to all participants on a productive week.  View the teams blog to learn more about their work: https://redxhyderabad.wordpress.com/page/2/

cameracultureReDx Hyderabad Workshop Finishes This Week

ReDx Bootcamp Researchers Keep Blog to Update on Progress in India

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The ReDx (Rethinking Engineering Design eXecution) Bootcamp is being held this month in Hyderabad India.  Researchers are updating a blog with their progress: http://redxhyderabad.wordpress.com/page/2/ In addition, a bootcamp was held in Mumbai last month with a similar blog.  View the …

cameracultureReDx Bootcamp Researchers Keep Blog to Update on Progress in India

Visiting Student Krishna Rastogi Researches Retinal and Oral Imaging

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Camera Culture researchers first met Krishna Rastogi at a boot camp in January 2014.  Boot camps are an integral part of the groups research allowing MIT researchers, Harvard doctors and MIT professors to join forces with schools around the world to …

cameracultureVisiting Student Krishna Rastogi Researches Retinal and Oral Imaging

Srujana: Innovation@LVPEI

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  Srujana: Innovation@LVPEI To reanalyze and introduce breakthrough designs and approach in Ophthalmology L V Prasad Eye Institute and Camera Culture group (MIT) in collaboration with MIT Media Lab and Tata Centre for Technology and Design at MIT and funded through the support …

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Kumbh Mela Initiative Well Underway at MIT Media Lab

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Last month Ramesh Raskar, Sunil Khandbahale, and John Werner gathered a group of leading innovators from MIT and Harvard to discuss their upcoming collaboration at Kumbh Mela – one of the largest international festivals in the world.  Raskar and Khandbahale, …

cameracultureKumbh Mela Initiative Well Underway at MIT Media Lab

Read Superhuman Vision, a feature on Ramesh Raskar, in the Spectrum

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“Ramesh Raskar, who as a child wished for eyes in the back of his head, invents a camera that can see around corners.” Read the full article here: SUPERHUMAN VISION Above photo by Len Rubenstein

cameracultureRead Superhuman Vision, a feature on Ramesh Raskar, in the Spectrum

Read the Latest Article on EyeNetra

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The team at EyeNetra strives to allow anyone, anywhere to get the best eye exam possible.  Using their impressive eye measurement technology they find that they are able to do just that.  Read more in the latest issue of the …

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eyeMITRA Receives Vodafone Americas Foundation Award

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Congratulations to Everett Lawson, Karin Roesch and Ramesh Raskar for their recent award for eyeMITRA.  The award honors wireless related technology, which addresses critical social issues around the world.  eyeMITRA, an innovative mobile phone attachment, images the retina providing real-time …

cameracultureeyeMITRA Receives Vodafone Americas Foundation Award