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At the Super Bowl’s "Fan Energy Zone" in San Francisco, sports fans can try out the latest in gaming and virtual reality and be thrust right onto the football field. NBC’s Olivia Sterns tested out an interactive motion-detecting dance game, threw passes on a digital football field, and played quarterback with a VR headset.