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Who knew that Boba Fett was a fan of the dab?

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Design Lab Resident Jeffrey Edelstein discusses his work with adaptive gaming and the many things he learned exploring this topic.

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Design Lab Intern Gloria Chun talks about her cookie-decorating Community Night project.

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Student Developer Daniel Schorin reflects on his participation in the creation of an online Python course with Academic Innovation.

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Design Lab Intern Aaron Chow describes a video he created using his homebuilt, motorized board, a smartphone, and a DJI Osmo gimbal.

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Design Lab Student Developer Daniel Schorin reflects on AI and its potential consequences for humanity.

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University of Michigan Library by Jeffrey Alex Edelstein - 1w ago

Design Lab Resident Jeff Edelstein discusses "co-piloting" a video game with various adaptive gaming setups.

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How did prominent east coast poets like Allen Ginsberg, Ted Berrigan, and Anne Waldman end up contributing their work to The Alternative Press, a small press based in Michigan? It all started with John Sinclair.

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In this caper novel and satire on the financial world, banker Verity Banks comes up with a plan to steal a billion dollars from the bank's electronic transfers to show her corrupt bosses how easy it is. Her mentor, Zoltan Tor, makes a bet with her, that he can steal a billion dollars before she does, without using a computer. But Verity's bosses have a scheme of their own. Will she defeat them? And can she and Tor deny their feelings for each other? Although first published in 1992, the book anticipates situations that led to the financial crisis of 2008.

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According to Giorgio Vasari’s biographies, The Lives of the Most Excellent Italian Architects, Painters, and Sculptors, Leonardo da Vinci died on May 2, 1519. As museums around the world are commemorating the 500th anniversary of the death of Leonardo with various exhibits, we would like to join the celebrations of Leonardo’s legacy by highlighting our copies of some early printed editions of his Trattato della Pittura (Treatise on Painting).

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