These posters were created by Orlando Science Center as part of an educational series for Otronicon. The idea was to highlight career aspects and information beyond just computer programming that are not always associated with the videogame and modeling and simulation industries. See if you can find the real posters on display during Otronicon.
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09 January 2014
Posted in Career Bytes
To a kid, Otronicon is a dream come true — four floors of video games, robots, virtual reality and more. While the event can be known for the fun that can be had, it’s also recognized for sparking a child’s interest in science and tech careers through the appeal of interactive technology.
The event promotes the concept of “made in Orlando, played in Orlando” with many chances to interact with the creative professionals that make popular video games and discover the growing career opportunities available locally.