Finding a comfortable place to lay around in between classes and making sure their iPhones are always charged: These are some of the most pressing problems faced by modern college students. Even the mini-geniuses at MIT. Which is why architect Sheila Kennedy's contribution to MIT's 150th anniversary exhibition, the SOFT rocker, is so awesome. It lets you kick back on the quad and juice up your gear at the same time in a piece of solar-powered, parametrically designed lawn sculpture.
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