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(O)rlando Elec(tron)ic (I)nteractive Entertainment (Con)vention

 

Since 2006, OTRONICON  has explored the science, art, technology, careers and fun behind videogames, simulation and digital media. Each year, multiple industry partners join the Orlando Science Center to celebrate how digital media technologies impact the way we live, learn, work and play.

The Orlando Science Center’s largest event, nowhere else can you play videogames ranging from classic arcades to the current platforms, act out your rock star fantasies by playing Rock Band on a real stage before a cheering crowd, attend workshops to discover 3D modeling, animation and game design, go hands-on with medical and military simulators, and watch videogame-themed laser light shows on the 8-story screen of the Dr. Phillips CineDome.

The event aims to spark interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) careers through the appeal of video games, interactive technology and virtual reality. Otronicon promotes the concept of “made in Orlando, played in Orlando” with many chances to interact with the creative professionals that make the games you enjoy and discover the growing career opportunities in your own backyard. Orlando is one of the largest digital media and simulation clusters in the country, which includes more than 1,200 companies, 30,000 creative specialists and estimated annual revenue of $9 billion.

This year’s event is no exception. We insert more tokens and continue the tradition that celebrates these technologies, their impact on our lives and their potential to drive the future, individually, regionally and globally.

Orlando Science Center • 777 E. Princeton Street • Orlando, Florida 32803 • Phone: 407.514.2000 • Email: gservices@osc.org
The Science Center is supported by United Arts of Central Florida, host of power2give.org/centralflorida and the collaborative Campaign for the Arts. This project is funded in part by Orange County Government through the Arts & Cultural Affairs Program.