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Forget The Standing Desk: This Office Chair Turns Your Jitters Into ElectricityMIT’s DeepDrumpf Twitter Bot Uses Neural Networks To Tweet Like Donald TrumpTake A Tour Of The Largest Sex Doll Factory In America (NSFW)10,000 Muji Products Recreate Downtown TokyoPhoto Essay: NYC’s Controversial New $4 Billion Transit HubInfographic: Why You’ll Die AloneThe 19th-Century Plan To Treat The Mentally Ill With ArchitectureInside The Half-Built Skeleton Of Calatrava’s Other BoondoggleThe 4 Universal Requirements For Great UXThe Bizarre Branding Of America’s Many, Many Secret SocietiesThe Keurig For Tortillas Is Here, Designed By A Nest And GoPro VetThis Unbelievably Complex Music Machine Makes MIDI Out Of MarblesHerschel Is Making Bags Out Of A Nearly Indestructible Textile From World War IIThis Light-Emitting Pavilion Looks Like A Web From An Alien WorldThe Toxic Remains Of America’s Most Polluted CityA UX Designer Explains Which Presidential Candidate Has The Best (And Worst) WebsiteWhy The Art World Is Fighting Over A Bizarre Material Developed For SatellitesInside Google’s First DeepDream Art ShowDesign Thinking Shakes Up The Beige World Of Enterprise SoftwareTarget’s Next Big Design Partner? MarimekkoCoeur Noir: The Brooklyn Letterpress Favored By Tiffany, Microsoft, And PentagramThis Impossibly Intricate Dress Was 3-D Printed In A Single GoFinally, Photographs Of Detroit That Go Beyond Ruin PornVisualizing China’s Corruption CrackdownHyatt Introduces A New Brand Of Anti-Hotel For The Airbnb EraHow Savioke Built A Robot Personality In 5 DaysHow A Designer’s 3-Year-Old Daughter Is Humanizing GoogleMeet The Art Historian Decoding Martian Data For NASAIn Photos: The Impossibly Intricate Ceilings Of IranMIT Grew A Solar Cell Light Enough To Slap On Just About AnythingMcDonald’s Is Turning Happy Meal Boxes Into VR HeadsetsToyota’s New Promotional Campaign Turns You Into A Digital ArtistWhat Made The Aeron Chair An IconThe Biggest Problem With Robots Is That We Trust Them—Even When They’re WrongSurvey: 72% Of Female Architects Have Experienced Harassment Or DiscriminationThe Former PayPal Employees Who Run Silicon ValleyMicrosoft’s Experimental Keyboard Aims To Solve A Major Mobile UX ProblemDesigners: Robots Are Coming For Your JobsThese Postcards Depict The Colorful Decay Of Soviet-Era Interior DesignThe Tactile Technology That’s Helping Blind People Experience Priceless PaintingsThis Company Retrofits Glorious Vintage Hi-Fi Systems For The Spotify AgeHow Sony’s Stealthy Wearables Startup Built A Watch Out Of E-PaperThe Afterlife Of Atomic City, A Nuclear Ghost TownWhat The Search For Extraterrestrial Life Can Teach Us About Creativity5 Design Ideas For Developing A Healthier Relationship With TechnologyA Subscription Box For People Who Want Less Stuff And Better DesignMIT Gives Us Superpowers (Virtually)