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MIT Media Lab's Information Ecology Group

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The Information Ecology group explores ways to connect our physical environments with information resources. Through the use of low-cost, ubiquitous technologies, we are creating seamless and pervasive ways to interact with our information – and with each other. We focus on projects that harness the ecology of consumer electronics and sensor devices – present and future – to more smoothly mediate the boundaries between the physical and information worlds we inhabit. In this talk, Henry Holtzman will give an overview of the group’s research projects.

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