The 15th annual Otronicon, Jan. 17 - 20, at the Orlando Science Center celebrates the intersection between art, science and technology.
Otronicon connects guests of all ages with larger-than-life experiences to explore how science and technology impact society with four floors of simulators, robots, artwork, virtual reality, video games, competitions, workshops, audiovisual presentations and so much more.
The event focuses on Central Florida’s growing tech industry while connecting attendees with professionals who are driving Orlando’s digital future with partners including Lockheed Martin, AdventHealth, Disney, UCF, FIEA, Full Sail, Microsoft and the Orange County Public Library Melrose Center.
New to this year’s Otronicon are selfie stations, Pokemon labs, a musical Tesla Coil show, drone cages and a “Star Wars”-themed coding workshop hosted by Disney.
Also, attendees will want to hear keynote speaker Kate Edwards from International Game Designers Association as she coaches fledgling game designers about creating more vivid and inclusive worlds in their games.
Almost 60 exhibitors will be in attendance at Otronicon sharing the latest technology from the education, military and gaming fields with hands-on experiences and demonstrations for attendees of all ages to enjoy.
Click here to view the full list of exhibitors.
During Otronicon guests of various ages and skill levels can register for 60- to 90-minute hands-on workshops about a variety of topics such as game design, coding, programming, robotics and more during the event.
The workshop schedule varies daily, and registration is available in the Club House on Level 1.
Space for these opportunities is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis, so please sign up upon arriving at Otronicon to guarantee your spot.
Click here to view the full list of workshops.
The Otronicon speaker series gives audiences the chance to hear directly from industry leaders, visionaries and professors about how technology developed in the Orlando area is changing the world.
The speaker series takes place daily at the Discovery Stage in Our Planet on Level 4 with unique presentations each day.
Click here to view the full list of speakers.
During Otronicon Powder Keg Games will host video game tournaments on the Nintendo, PlayStation and Xbox consoles.
Click here to view the full list of competitions.
Otronicon is free for Orlando Science Center members, $21 for adults, $19 for seniors and students and $15 for youth (ages 2-11).
Click here to purchase Otronicon tickets.
Also there will be a very special Science Night Live featuring Otronicon on Saturday, Jan. 18, from 8 p.m. until 11:30 p.m.
Science Night Live is a 21-and-up event and requires a separate ticket.
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