The Computational Fabrication Group at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory investigates problems in digital manufacturing and computer graphics. The group is led by Professor Wojciech Matusik.


3D-Printed Autonomous Sensory Composites in the news

Our paper 3D-Printed Autonomous Sensory Composites has received a lot of media attention, including MIT NewsTechCrunchEngadgetDigital TrendsYahoo!3ders3dprintthe science times, and many more! Check out the project page for details.

6 papers to be presented at SIGGRAPH 2017

This year our group is going to present 6 papers at Siggraph 2017:

Vahid Babaei et al. Color contoning for 3D printing

Desai Chen et al. Dynamics-Aware Numerical Coarsening for Fabrication Design

Petr Kellnhofer et al. 3DTV at Home: Eulerian-Lagrangian Stereo-to-Multi-view Conversion

Adriana Schulz et al. Interactive Design Space Exploration and Optimization for CAD Models

Adriana Schulz et al. Retrieval on Parametric Shape Collections

Bo Zhu et al. Two-Scale Topology Optimization with Microstructures

Details coming soon!

New paper accepted by Advanced Materials Technologies

Congratulations to Subramanian Sundaram on his newly accepted paper "3D-Printed Autonomous Sensory Composites", which was selected as the back cover image by Advanced Materials Technologies! Check out to find more!

New paper accepted by TOG

Adriana Schulz's paper "Retrieval On Parametric Shape Collections" was accepted by TOG, which will also be presented at SIGGRAPH this year. Congratulations and looking forward to her presentation!

Welcome our new group members!

Three new members: Petr Kellnhofer, Liang Shi and Yagiz Aksoy will join our group in this winter/spring. Welcome welcome!