Connect Arts, Community, and Computing Challenge
The Arts at MIT hosts Connect Arts, Community, and Computing, one of several challenges set in honor of the new MIT Schwarzman College of Computing. The Computing Connections Challenges are intended to illustrate and celebrate the ways in which MIT is advancing computing and creating connections between disciplines. See the full schedule of the Computing Connections Challenges.
Focusing on innovation in arts and computing, Connect Arts, Community, and Computing presents interactive demonstrations of student projects ranging from large-scale murals animated with augmented reality, to crowd-sourced computational astrophysics.
Meet the student winners of two tracks:
Arts-Tech teams present their projects incorporating arts, community, and computing. Disciplines ranging from astrophysics to cryptography, ethics to design, unite to tackle social, ecological, and educational issues.
MURAL AUGMENTATION CHALLENGE
View augmented reality that MIT students added to large scale murals in the Stata Building, including the 10 winning photographs of the Stata Street Artwork Competition, and one 10-foot mural created collaboratively by students and female inmates from Suffolk County House of Correction.
February 26, 2019 / 2-4:30pm
Charles M. Vest Student Street, Building 32
Koch Lobby, Building 76, and Memorial Lobby, Lobby 10.