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    Keolalani Rice, 9, tries out a virtual reality game June 16 during the Hawaii Explorations Expo, or HE‘E, at Hilo Intermediate School. The event was put on by the Hawaii Science and Technology Museum.
  • HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald
    Students try out block printing June 16 during the Hawaii Explorations Expo, or HE‘E, at Hilo Intermediate School. The event was put on by the Hawaii Science and Technology Museum.
  • HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald
    Hawaii Community College auto body instructor Colby Koreyasu demonstrates how to use a virtual reality auto body painting learning game June 16 during the Hawaii Explorations Expo, or HE‘E, at Hilo Intermediate School. The event was put on by the Hawaii Science and Technology Museum.

Hawaii Community College auto body instructor Colby Koreyasu demonstrates how to use a virtual reality auto body painting learning game June 16 during the Hawaii Explorations Expo, or HE‘E, at Hilo Intermediate School. The event was put on by the Hawaii Science and Technology Museum.

Students try out block printing June 16 during the Hawaii Explorations Expo, or HE‘E, at Hilo Intermediate School. The event was put on by the Hawaii Science and Technology Museum.

Keolalani Rice, 9, tries out a virtual reality game June 16 during the Hawaii Explorations Expo, or HE‘E, at Hilo Intermediate School. The event was put on by the Hawaii Science and Technology Museum.

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