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A New Way Of Experiencing Music, Straight Out Of TronAn Interactive Primer To Particle PhysicsGoogle Music Lab: Interactive Toys That Visualize The Science Of SoundAn Unexpected Benefit Of Green Buildings? More Conscientious KidsGroup Chat Doesn’t Suck. The Way We’re Using It SucksHow Autonomous Cars Could Lead To Radically Redesigned TiresThis Architect Builds Unthinkably Complex Structures—With LegosEnough With The Sexy Virtual AssistantsThis Interactive Stress Ball Is Better Than ValiumBring Eastern Bloc Architecture Home With These Paper Building BlocksJames Corner Is Turning The National Building Museum Into An Iceberg WonderlandThis Happy Wooden Robot Teaches Toddlers To CodeA Beautiful Ode To NYC’s Dwindling Flower DistrictWhat Renaming A Failed Brand Taught This Design OrganizationThis Video Game Controller Was Designed To Drive You CrazyHow Frog Designed A Life-Saving EpiPen For Heroin OverdosesWhy Maarten Baas Turned His Back On The Design WorldHow Pentagram’s Paula Scher Makes A MapDon’t Tell Banksy, But MIT Invented The Perfect Drone For GraffitiNendo’s Latest: Great Design For Your Dog–And Your Tiny ApartmentPrompt Wants To Be The One Chatbot To Rule Them AllWhat iPhone-Based Health Care Could Look Like In 10 YearsThe Fluorescent World Of Mike Perry, Artist Behind The Opening Credits Of “Broad City”The Rebel Superfan Who Saved “Star Wars'” Original PrintThe Hidden Beauty Of Europe’s Super-Efficient Recycling EmpireWho ​Are Graphic Designers, Anyways?A Slide On The Side Of A Frickin’ Skyscraper? Thank Innovative Glass For ThatAll About Zakka: The Japanese Antidote To American HyperconsumerismHow Two Pixar Alumns Are Making VR Characters That Feel Realer Than RealAn Ode To New York City’s Glorious Old-School Pizza ParlorsLearning From Josef Frank, The Freewheeling Modernist Who Shunned Prescriptive ThoughtThe Precarious State Of Logo DesignThe Artist Who Engineered A SpeciesHow Much Life You Can Find In 1 Cubic FootLate Email Inventor’s Enduring Legacy: The @ SymbolA Secret History Of Global Politics, Told Through FlowersThe Space-Inspired Works Of 8 Artists, From Rosenquist To Rauschenberg10 Exercises To Fuel Creative ThinkingThe Ultimate Office For Bike Lovers, Designed For A Company Of CyclistsThe Next Big Tech Revolution Will Be In Your Ear