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"After I realized that I could change the shape of metal, I felt like there was nothing that I couldn't morph — nothing I couldn't change."
Jessica Banks, CEO and founder of RockPaperRobot, on studying robotics at MIT

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And now, here are four futuristic projects we love.
By Bryn G. Jones
All in 1: The Robot Uprising: Prepare for the AI uprising by outfitting your home with this series of tongue-in-cheek paintings.
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All in 1: Queers Destroy Science Fiction Audiobook: Help destroy preconceived notions of who can or can't create sci-fi magic with this eleven-hour audiobook anthology celebrating "inclusivity, diversity, and all things science-fiction-y," created by a team of queer writers and editors.
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By Studio Koba
Narita Boy: Journey through simultaneous dimensions to save a digital kingdom in this pixel art homage to '80s adventure games.
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By Guerilla Science
Intergalactic Travel Bureau: Looking for a break from planet Earth? The creators of this cosmic VR app used NASA data to create realistic tours of the Moon, Mars, and Jupiter's moon Europa — back it to start planning your next (virtual) escape.
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