The Orlando Science Center has a busy weekend ahead of it with the return of its annual Otronicon event and Science Night Live.
Otronicon, an interactive technology expo (that’s basically a science fair for adults and their families) will return on February 18 through the 21 with opportunities to learn more about and experience things like virtual reality, robots, simulators, video games, guest speakers, competitions, workshops, live shows, and more.
The event is presented by the UCF Office of Research and you can learn more about it HERE.
Science Night Live will return on Saturday, February 19, after a two-year break and this one is just for the adults. No kids allowed. The event will feature interactive exhibits, video games, competitions, and film screenings on the Dr. Phillips CineDome, as well as food and alcohol available for purchase. The event will also feature a speech from Brendan Byrne of WMFE on the search for life in outerspace.
Click HERE for tickets or more information.