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MIT Media Lab's quest for perceptive computers

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Since its formation in 1980, MIT's Media Laboratory has become one of the premier hubs of technology innovation, transforming computers from dumb, stationary boxes into perceptive, mobile devices of all sorts. Research includes merging computer networks with entertainment; interactive computer interfaces (such as face and gesture recognition); building environments for collaboration, news collection and customized dissemination; wearable computers that take computing off the desktop and put it in everyday things such as shoes, clothes, and doorknobs, and thinking toys that offer new ways to play and learn

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IEEE Intelligent Systems and their Applications  (Volume:13 ,  Issue: 4 )