In recent news…

The Engineering at Home project will be included in an exhibition on the future of design at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, spring 2017.

Collaborator Amanda Cachia’s essay on the Alterpodium and our work together will appear in an upcoming issue of Design and Culture. Details to come.

Mary Martin presented work on accessibility as part of a panel at the Technology, Design, and Social Impact conference, June 10, 2016, hosted by the Boston Civic Media consortium.

Collaborator Carmen Papalia presented the Acoustic Mobility Device in Toronto at Cripping the Stage: A Disability Arts Cabaret, April 30, 2016.

Physics + dance + wheelchair = Art,” coverage of our ramp work, in the Boston Globe, April 2016.

Investigating Normal students Grace Ahn ‘16 and Elizabeth Doyle ‘15 presented their work on the prosthetic socket project at the Open Hardware Summit, September 2015.

Sara Hendren’s ongoing project, Slope : Intercept, will be part of the biennial exhibition, Media City Seoul. She and Alice Sheppard and lab alum Adit Dhanushkodi will travel to Seoul in August, 2016 for opening performances and workshops.

Toni Saylor presented work on Engineering at Home and accessibility at the Boston Accessibility Conference, September 19, 2015.