Presented by NYC Media Lab and sponsored by MLBAM, the hackathon will gather teams to build hybrid multimedia experiences and applications that explore the opportunity for sports content consumption, interaction and engagement. Applications open until February 3rd, 2017.
NYC Media Lab Combine team BRAIQ, a startup out of Columbia University that is teaching cars how to read the comfort level of its passengers, was included in a Techcrunch essay about AI and emotional intelligence.
Tankovics, a Hungarian native, became the first of two visa recipients out of 144 applicants for the NYCEDC funded entrepreneurship program International Innovators Initiative (IN2NYC).
The event will take a critical look at the impact of new mass media technologies and their immersive effects on theater, games, news, and entertainment.
On February 8, the Daily News Innovation Lab and NYC Media Lab present the next “Conversations” event: “Proposition: We Can Solve The Fake News Problem,” a debate-style discussion charting the key technological areas that are impacting the information landscape.
After a series of Meetups, NYC Media Lab and MLBAM are gearing up for a hackathon. It will take place the weekend of February 10-12th 2017 at NYU’s Media + Games Network facility in Brooklyn, and will include challenges in data science, data visualization and VR prototyping.
NYC Media Lab introduced two special topic newsletters—one focused on virtual and augmented reality and another on data science, machine learning artificial intelligence. Register to recieve hand picked readings to your inbox every Saturday morning.
On November 10th, 2016 NYC Media Lab's second annual VR/AR focused conference at Viacom brought together faculty researchers, industry experts, early stage startups and 20+ demos for a full day of discussion and networking.