Interactive podcasts, carbon-neutral fashion, Nintendo fitness.

–Machine Hallucination is a new immersive, AI-powered digital art installation opening in New York City’s Chelsea Market, describes Designboom.

Refinery29 tours a wellness-boosting apartment with amenities like in-duct aromatherapy, posture-supporting floors and Vitamin-C filtered showers.

The Telegraph introduces Entale, a new interactive podcast platform that just secured 2 million pounds in funding.

–Gucci has pledged that it’s upcoming runway show will be fully carbon-neutral, reports Dazed.

–Nintendo is branching into digital wellness with Ring Fit, a new piece of fitness hardware. Via CNN.

–Airbnb is betting on luxury travel with their new partnership with Atlas Obscura, reports The Wall Street Journal.

Fast Company explores how baby boomers are “revolutionizing senior living” with alternatives to senior housing.

–Stitch Fix is launching a data-driven service that uses machine learning to recommend outfits, reports Wired.

–Rihanna is creating a new paradigm in fashion by streaming her New York Fashion Week show on Amazon, writes BBC.

–Ikea is the latest retailer to branch into experiences with an immersive theatre experience in London. Via Time Out.

–Amazon’s corporate employees are planning a walk-out in protest of the company’s huge carbon footprint, demanding action from the tech giant, says Vice.

Main image of Machine Hallucination courtesy of Refik Anadol