News and updates from NYC Media Lab.
NYC Media Lab’s XR Startup Bootcamp points to next-generation entrepreneurial concepts for spatial computing and future interfaces. Watch the pitches.
NYC Media Lab and RLab have open job positions for both part-time and full-time roles. Learn more about these positions and apply today.
Several of our top highlights from 2018 have led to exciting new collaborations for 2019. Read on to see some of the upcoming projects, programs and plans NYC Media Lab has in store for the new year.
Let's build the next generation of educational technologies, together. The nationwide open call will award $100,000 each to 10 selected nonprofit organizations and university teams.
NYC Media Lab has several open calls for the City's university faculty and student community. Register for upcoming info sessions to learn how you can receive funding for prototyping and entrepreneurship…
Spectrum will award $25,000 to NYC-based student teams, recruited by NYC Media Lab, to participate in a challenge program.
Exploring Future Reality is NYC Media Lab's annual event focused on XR and future interfaces. Through discussions, startup pitches, interactive demos, and hands-on workshops, attendees will explore the impact of future interfaces on industry and society, including best practices for storytelling, prototyping, and distribution.
Are you building a startup? The Combine is awarding $10,000 to university-based teams that seek to start new technology companies.
NYC Media Lab will partner with university labs, media and technology executives, and startups to bring 30 demos and 10 workshops to Exploring Future Reality on Thursday, November 29th at NYU Kimmel Center.
Apply to be a Mentor with NYC Media Lab’s XR Startup Bootcamp.
Three ways to get involved with NYC Media Lab programming this Summer: Apply to Demo at NYCML’18; pitch a workshop; and the XR Startup Bootcamp.
Apply for NYC Media Lab’s XR Startup Bootcamp. Seeking NYC university-based teams who are building new startup concepts for VR/AR, voice technology and future interfaces. Applications due: August 3, 2018.
NYCML’18 Open Lab Day on Friday, September 20th will host 16 workshops led by experts in industry and research. NYC Media Lab is looking for fresh ideas…
The most innovative demos from the City’s universities will be selected to participate in the NYCML'18 Demo Expo, offering $25,000 in awards. Now recruiting for XR, data science, and engineering concepts.
NYCML'18 is the Lab’s biggest event of the year. It brings together media and technology executives, faculty and students, and entrepreneurs for a full day of discussions, demos and networking.
In partnership with NYC Media Lab, Verizon and Yahoo Sports have awarded $5,000 grants to four teams of entrepreneurs that will build new ventures in the sports arena.
Machines + Media convened researchers, executives, and journalists from across the university, media, technology communities for a full day of panels, keynote presentations, startup pitches and networking.
The final Demo Day event, now open to media and press representatives, invites visitors to trek the Island and explore five new prototypes that tell the story of its rich history and culture.
NYC Media Lab's Machines + Media conference, generously sponsored and hosted by Bloomberg for a second year, focuses on new applications of data science and technology in media and journalism.
In partnership with NYC Media Lab, Verizon has awarded 12 New York City university teams for the creation of new prototypes, with a specific investment in VR/AR and AI technologies. Teams will work specifically with leadership within Verizon Envrmnt.
Faculty and student participants will complete an intensive market validation and customer discovery curriculum throughout the spring semester, and will receive mentorship from the Lab’s network of media and technology executives and investors.
The full day conference will focus on new applications of data science in journalism and media, and how technologies like AI, machine learning, computer vision and future interfaces are changing the way media is produced, distributed, consumed and monetized.
Twitter highlights from NYC Media Lab's Exploring Future Reality event... 500 attendees, 30+ speakers, 30+ demos, 10 workshops, 10 startup pitches, and a full day of VR/AR exploration.
Amy Chen, formerly NYC Media Lab's Manager of Partnerships, will take on the first full-time position in The Combine, the Lab's early stage accelerator program for university faculty and students.
Tech, Media & Democracy has planned the third in its series of conversations. Hosted by Buzfeed, panelists will discuss fake news crisis, and how technologists and journalists can better respond to misinformation dissemination on different platforms.
In a new white paper, NYC Media Lab sources interviews from leading media and technology executives and entrepreneurs to explore the applications, benefits, and the potential downside of machine-driven media.
HISTORY, part of A+E Networks, seeks to support NYC-based graduate students in a fellowship program that will run in early 2018. Its focus is to use mobile AR platforms—ARKit for Apple and ARCore for Android—to explore 1968, the year that changed America.
NYC Media Lab's annual VR/AR/MR event, Exploring Futrue Reality, is coming up on November 30th 2017 at NYU Kimmel Center! Faculty, students, startups and media corporations can get involved in three ways: demo; lead a workshop; or pitch!
NYC Media Lab partnered with universities, media and technology corporations, community groups, civic agencies, startups and accelerators to co-host workshops on emerging media and technology themes.