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This year's Wired pop-up shop, now in its eighth year, has settled at 583 Broadway in Soho, where it'll be open through December 23rd. Inspired by Wired's "What's Inside" feature, the store's 150 products will be both "literally and figuratively" deconstructed—meaning there will be lots and lots of tech-y gadgets to play with.
A few of the highlights include No Place Like Home GPS shoes, which combine GPS technology and LED lights to mimic Dorothy's red slippers in the Wizard of Oz. The pop-up will also include an Iris Van Herpen 3D Printed Dress, a rotary digital photo booth from RotoBooth, and a Happiness Machine, a printer that will randomly spit out happy thoughts, generated from internet postings throughout the world.
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