REDX labs are mentored directly by Ramesh Raskar and his team at the Media Lab. The labs are self-funded members of MIT Emerging Worlds. They provide innovation space and funding to support innovators while they are working on their projects. REDX labs are invited to participate in 2 overseas events per year and 2 MIT events per year. They are part of the MIT Emerging Worlds SIG (special interest group) at the Media Lab.


REDX Mumbai, in Mumbai, India, is creating low cost health diagnostics. The REDX lab in Mumbai at the Prin. L.N. Welingkar Institute of Management Development and Research (WeSchool) began in 2014. The lab leverages the WeSchool’s skills in industry research, analysis and management.


LVP-MITra, the REDX lab in Hyderabad, India is enabling affordable vision for all. The LVP-MITra innovation lab is hosted at the L V Prasad Eye Institute (LVPEI). Medical professionals from major health centers including LVPEI and Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston provide mentorship and guidance. The focus is on building and deploying the next generation of screening, diagnostic and therapeutic tools to enable all to see.


DISQ, the REDX lab in Nashik, India is empowering smart citizens. The DISQ Center (Digital Impact Square), a TCS Foundation (Tata Consultancy Services) initiative, opened in March 2016, with a focus on digital solutions. In 2011 the MIT Media Lab began collaborating with the Kumbhathon

Foundation, and in 2015 the first solutions were successfully launched at the Kumbh Mela festival.