... in which new technologies unleash the full powers of expression and creativity that exist within each of us.
What if everyone in the world could be as creative and inventive as MIT Media Lab students?
That would change everything, of course.
- Read about how Dan Ellsey, a 34-year-old music lover confined to a wheelchair with cerebral palsy, composes and performs wonderful music—virtually transforming his identity from disabled person to teacher and mentor.
- See what happens when you blend digital technologies with painting, textiles and other crafts, enabling everyone – including those who are technophobic – to unleash his or her “inner engineer.”
- Explore the world of Scratch, an ultra-simple, graphical programming language developed especially for children to create their own digital media More than 1 million people (average age = 12) worldwide have created more than 1.5 million stories, games and other projects.
- Imagine how society is enriched when everyone can create and contribute to it.