Central Florida’s STEM-based tech expo, Otronicon, is back at the Orlando Science Center starting Jan. 18 for four days of hands-on fun.
Guests visiting Otronicon will have the chance to check out cutting-edge technology that’s rarely available to the general public. From Jan.18-21, visitors of all ages can fly a real-world military simulator, operate a surgical robot, playtest indie video games, experience a full-dome audiovisual performance, and more.
Exhibitors for this year’s expo include the 501st Legion, Microsoft, The Walt Disney Company, Advent Health, Lockheed Martin, and NASA, as well as a variety of indie game developers.
During 2019’s event, participants can experience hands-on workshops, attend talks and presentations from industry professionals, and play to win at Powder Keg Games’ gaming competitions.
This year’s expo will also feature the popular Science Night Live on Jan. 19, an adults-only evening offering that features special programming designed for grown-ups. Only guests age 21 and older are able to attend. A limited amount of tickets are available online only.
General admission to Otronicon includes admission to all of the exhibit halls, giant-screen films, live science shows, and educations films in the Digital Adventure Theater, one Hollywood movie on select dates, and more. Check out the ticket price breakdown below:
- Adult – $20.95
- Senior – $18.95
- Student – $18.95
- Youth – $14.95
- 2 & Under – Free
- Science Night Live (adults and seniors) – $15.95
To learn more about Otronicon, and to purchase tickets, visit OSC.org/Otronicon.