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PHOTOS: Tech lovers of all ages explore Google's 'Geek Street Fair'

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    People building "dodecahedron" out of coat hangers at the National Museum of Mathe|Miles Dixon, Metro

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    At the "Mechatronics" tent kids play a mechanical arm game to win candy. "Mechatro|Miles Dixon, Metro

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    At the "Mechatronics" tent kids play a mechanical arm game to win candy. "Mechatro|Miles Dixon, Metro

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    People gather in Gansevort Plaza for Google's "Geek Fair", a showcase of expirimen|Miles Dixon, Metro

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    At the "Mechatronics" tent kids play a mechanical arm game to win candy. "Mechatro|Miles Dixon, Metro

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    A girl using an alternative virtual reality headset made from card board. People g|Miles Dixon, Metro

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    Kids learn about supernovas atGansevoortPlaza for Google's "Geek Fair"

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    A game using goggles that alters one's conception of space - trying to catch a bal|Miles Dixon, Metro

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    A woman plays the theremin atGansevoortPlaza during Google's "Geek Fair

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    Police Commissioner Bill Bratton speaks at the Google "Geek Fair" in New York.

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    Zain Haque, 4, plays with a robotic car designed by "Mechatronics" atGansevoortPla|Miles Dixon, Metro

Science and technology lovers of all ages gathered atGansevoort Plaza for the annual Google "Geek Street Fair" - a showcase of experimental technology and science that is meant to inspire anyone interested in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

Children, high school students and adults had the opportunity to learn about and test out gadgets ranging from augmented reality goggles to radio controlled robotic cars in one space.

Photos by Miles Dixon.

 

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