Inside guests were invited to explore a "Technology Playground" where they could line up to try VR experiences, ride an electric skateboard, or get their hands on a variety of new products.
Out back there was a fenced area full of food trucks, a stage for performances, and playspace for attendees.
If you've been wondering what the practical uses of augmented reality are, imagine not having to pick up a cereal box to read the nutritional information. Just pick up your phone, open an app and aim a camera instead...
I'm afraid this little guy wasn't too thrilled to be on the cutting edge of technology during his stay in the air conditioned Dog Parker, a locker for businesses to put outside so pet owners can shop or dine.
Kids and parents alike enjoyed trying their hand at 3D doodling.
What would a tech fair be without unidentified drones stalking you?
If you'd rather try something made of people, Soylent has you covered. Just kidding, you guys! Soylent is not made of people. It's made of proudly genetically modified ingredients in perfectly nutritious meal-replacement quantities.
If you wanted to try one of these newfangled skateboards there was a whole rookie-friendly rink set up with a variety of options.
You might not want to borrow a board and try skating out in the city streets, but here in the Fair it's pretty safe to check these out.
This Solar Car was a hotbed of selfie activity.
They offer a number of immersive VR experiences, such as this gaming contraption where you can walk around.
3D Apartments is a local service where you can tour NYC real estate listings through virtual reality in the comfort of your own home.
Virtual World VR is the largest VR "center" around, just opened this month in NYC and boast over 50 different experiences including VR rides. Tickets start at $39 for 2 hrs or $25 for a "flight pass."
They didn't forget the drones, either. Users lined up to get a chance to fly their choice of drones in this netted area.
One attendee set up a telescope you could safely look at the sun through.
Not only was there an expo but Worlds Fair Nano was host to a whole slew of speakers.
Around the corner you could attend what felt like a series of TED talks.