Oct 1, 2011 There’s something happening here Posted in: Miscellaneous Working on a big project. A big awesome project. Can't tell you what it is. But here's a sneak peak. Make of it what you will. Comments (Closed after 30 days to reduce spam) I think i'm adding this photo to my: "What the..?" list. It'll actually be very close to the top. Posted by: Danilo on October 1, 2011 A movie with robotic stuffed animals?! Posted by: Chris Ong ('16)? on October 1, 2011 Beautiful. =) Posted by: Lydia K. '14, MEng '16 on October 1, 2011 Cool! I know what that is... but <HINT> have fun </HINT> figuring it out yourself. Hope I didn't give too much away Posted by: Hesham '15 on October 2, 2011 Sweet! Is this by any chance for the webcast? Posted by: Sachi on October 2, 2011 A show of stuffed toys and humans? I know it's completely different from this though. Posted by: Jayant on October 2, 2011 ...The M.I.T version of Sesame Street? Posted by: Samantha on October 2, 2011 Hello Chris,I need to know when will those who tried their lucks last year be able to apply again this year? And by the way,awesome blogs! Posted by: Waleed on October 2, 2011 @chris i am confused about the dates that one has to mention for one's SAT tests as i want to ask what if i take a test multiple times and how will my SAT scores be changed if i want to send my new scores Posted by: aa on October 2, 2011 BWAHAHAHAHHAHAHA Posted by: Piper '13 on October 2, 2011 I can see myself dating with a teddy.............. MIT style Posted by: That guy in the picture on October 2, 2011 Definitely has something to do with the Media Lab. I actually really want to know what it is now haha Posted by: Edward Schembor on October 2, 2011 stop spillin the deetz, petey! Posted by: Elizabeth '13 on October 3, 2011 OMG! The media lab demo bedroom! That place is awesome... Can I live there? Posted by: Anonymous on October 3, 2011 Erm. Peak = something like Mt. Everest or possibly an intense sensation Peek = a brief look at something Sneak Peak = clandestine mountain or something? Posted by: Good Speller on October 4, 2011 good catch! fixed Posted by: Chris Peterson SM '13 on October 4, 2011 It doesn't look fixed to me... (Just pointing that out) Also... HI MITCHRIS! Posted by: Aram Yazji on October 5, 2011 I think it's something related with the information here : "MIT150-OpenHouse Julia Goldstein helps children in a demonstrationg of Playtime Computing, a project by Media Lab master's student David Robert, at the Media Lab during MIT's Under the Dome open house. The technology demonstrates a blended-reality character that mixes robotics with animation in an immersive environment in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA?...30 April 2011, Cambridge, MA - The MIT community opens its doors to the people of Boston and Cambridge for "Under the Dome", a campus-wide open house...Photo by M. Scott Brauer for MIT News © 2011 M. Scott Brauer" Am I right? I saw it here -- http://on.fb.me/rjZk1W Posted by: Jayant on October 10, 2011 <a >onkyo txsr608</a> <a >onkyo txsr508</a> <a >txnr808</a> <a >onkyo txsr308</a> <a >onkyo ht 3300</a> Posted by: onkyonxibjx on October 15, 2011 It seems to me you're planning a kids' show. It seems like the mustached bear will get the children's attention xD Posted by: Shoyeb A. on October 18, 2011 Comments have been closed.