Ian Conigliaro, 8, of Minneapolis demonstrates his “Fruit Ninja” skills during Tech Fest Feb. 8 at The Works in Bloomington. The annual showcase illustrates how science, technology, engineering and mathematics apply to the jobs, programs, devices and games, including virtual reality video gaming, where remote controls become swords used to slice virtual fruit in a three-dimensional world viewed through a headset. (Sun Current staff photo by Mike Hanks)

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