Reality Plus: An Interview with NYU Tandon Mobile AR Lab’s Mark Skwarek

Augmented Reality is set to become one of the largest new industries of the 21st century. The Mobile Augmented Reality Lab at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering introduces students to working with AR in a myriad of ways. More →

Your Own Personal Hacker: Giving Students Access to Technology Security Professionals

Information technology security moves at a pace that can seem almost impossible to keep up with. Before a major new piece of software or hardware is even released to the public, hackers around the world are experimenting with how to bypass its security. More →

Student-Led Space Combines Tech and Design Thinking for Social Good

One of the mains goals of Design Tinkering is to employ human-centered design and design thinking to create innovative solutions devoted to real social issues. It was precisely this mission that led to the creation of the Greenhouse and subsequently, to NYU students’ participation in several OpenIDEO challenges and submission of winning ideas for OpenIDEO’s E-waste Challenge and Women Safety Challenge. More →

Innovation at the NYU Poly Prototyping Fund Showcase

Each semester, ten teams of students receive up to $500 to build a hardware or software prototype. Teams present their projects at the showcase and discuss what they learned through building and testing the prototypes, as well as what they plan to do next in the development process. More →