miLAB follows an open ended innovation methodology, guiding multidisciplinary teams in transforming concepts into working prototypes through a collaborative, creative process.
miLAB offers two undergraduate classes and one graduate class:
- Physical-Digital Prototypes- accepting Interactive Communication, Psychology and Computer Science students
- Studio for Digital Applications -accepting Interactive Communication and Computer Science students.
- Innovation for GMBA students
The process of rapid prototyping
The Process of Rapid Prototyping
miLAB offers yearly courses (October- June) where teams of BA students meet once a week for a 3 hours class each time. Each team has students from the Communication school, Computer Science and some have Psychology students. Each team has an assigned teacher who follows their progress closely as well as a series of professional mentors who are introduced to the group throughout the year.
Teams research design and produce prototypes to meet a specific need they want to address or solve. The process involves quick iterative cycles of “research- design – build- test and reflect” methodology to achieve well designed prototypes which offers an innovative user experience by the end of the year.
Studio for digital applications
Innovation & Entrepreneurship Track
The Innovation & Entrepreneurship Track is a partnership between the Sammy Ofer School of Communications, Media Innovation Lab (miLAB) and the Adelson School of Entrepreneurship.
This unique track places the focus on hands-on learning, and is designed to train its graduates to lead innovation initiatives in organizations and to establish new business ventures.
Undergraduate teaching assistants
A children’s game connecting the physical and virtual worlds.
A collection of digital applications created in our Studio.
A smart device that assists in division house chores between family members.