Gallery: NYU ITP Students Develop Bioremediating Aquaponics, Hydroponic...

ITPWC by Macaulay Campbell, Adib Dada, Marko Manriquez, and Julio Terra, NYU ITP, sustainable design, green design, tisch school, Interactive Telecommunications Graduate Program, green design, sustainable design, living systems, gardening, urban food systems, technology botany

This past semester the Interactive Telecommunications Graduate Program at NYU’s Tisch school conducted its first ever course in living systems, which encouraged students to take on projects related to ecology, environmental data management, and, obviously, living systems. After six months of field trips (including a visit to Inhabitat favorite, The Omega Institute), in-depth discussions, and in most cases, very late nights on computers guided by Open Source Cities’ Marc Alt, the results were incredible. From location-based socially networked computer plants, to human breast milk, to moss-shrouded air-quality monitor polygons, the students covered almost every base possible – read on for a look!

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