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Sound and technology unlock innovation at MIT | MIT News

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The Limit Does Not Exist: It’s Going to Be Okay | Forbes

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MIT Hacking Arts 2017 Features Reallusion iClone | Reallusion Blog

3D Sound Hackathon | Era of the Engineer


What happens at an MIT Hackathon  |  The Atlantic

Harmony Space wins top prize at MIT Hacking Arts for music learning app that feels like Pokemon GO |  Tech Crunch

MIT's Fourth Hacking Arts Festival: Last weekend's event forecasted the future of art and technology |  Boston Magazine  

Hacking Arts Festival 2016 merges art, tech and entrepreneurship  |  Arts at MIT

MIT Media Lab to hold third annual hackathon   |  The Architect's Newspaper 

The Museum of Fine Arts is throwing a party | Boston Magazine 

MIT's Hacking Arts Festival: Tech-enabled art, fashion, music, start-ups and performances to offer glimpse into the future of creative arts |  MIT Sloan School of Management

Harvard team wins runner-up at MIT Hacking Arts  |  Harvard AR/VR Alliance

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MIT plans to be at the forefront of virtual reality- here's how |  Boston Business Journal



What The Music Business Could Learn From The Internet Of Things  |  George Howard, Forbes

Hacking Arts conference at MIT presents the future collaboration of technology and arts  |  The Wellesley News

Ideias de vanguarda: o design do Festival Hacking Arts  |  Revista Eletrônica Científica da UERGS

MIT Hacking Arts 2015 | Daniel Doubrovkine, Artsy


Cross-campus collaboration at Hacking Arts  |  MIT Sloan Newsroom

The event featured multi-disciplinary panels, musical performances, presentations, exhibits, and a hackathon. “I don’t think there’s any event that brings together artists, people in business, and engineers in this way,” said Michael DiBenigno, MBA ’15, who attended last year’s inaugural Hacking Arts event and was one of the student organizers this year. “I think that combination is what makes it special. There’s that technology piece that you may not find anywhere else.”
— Michael DiBenigno, Co-Chair '14
‘This is the perfect place for there to be mutual ground for those two cultures to meld together. This isn’t an arts conference that’s going to feature some room for engineering, or an engineering discussion that’s going to talk about art, but really be a place that spoke for and spoke to those two audiences at the same time,’ continued Halaby.
— Catherine Halaby, Co-Chair '13