The MIT.nano Immersion Lab offers tools and the space for artists, musicians and other creators looking to combine technology and art. Many artistic fields are exploring how immersive technologies and data can be used to communicate ideas, entertain, and inspire. Tools like motion capture can be used not only to create performances and art installations but also to study the ergonomics of how musicians and dancers move and use their bodies.
In the future, we may consider proposals to use the Immersion Lab as a temporary installation space for exhibits using 3D/4D visualization, spatial sound, and haptic technology.
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