"Oh, cool. It looks like a giant insect." This might be your first thought when you look at Image 1 on the facing page and read the caption. If you have ever been to a Burning Man festival, you may also start reminiscing about the sun, the dust, and all the awesomeness and creativity you encountered there. But what you are not so likely to think of is the overpowering way in which the vehicle moves: one slow, giant step at a time with sinister pauses in between. Or how the ground shakes under your feet as the vehicle…
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