Community partners are also involved in Otronicon: our annual showcase for simulation, gaming and interactive technology. Their support ranges from being a major exhibitor to a contributor or both. 

 

  • Bright House Networks
  • DAVE School
  • DeVry University
  • Walt Disney World Resort
  • EA SPORTS
  • Engineering & Computing Simulations
  • Florida High Tech Corridor
  • Florida Hospital for Children
  • Lockheed Martin
  • Metro Orlando Economic Development Commission
  • Microsoft
  • n-Space
  • National Center for Simulation
  • Orange County Government
  • PNC
  • Roetzel
  • Seay Business Solutions, LLC
  • United Arts of Central Florida
  • University of Central Florida — College of Engineering & Computer Science
  • University of Central Florida — Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy
  • University of Central Florida — Institute for Simulation & Training
  • University of Central Florida — Research & Commercialization

 

Microsoft Corporation bestowed Orlando Science Center with a $300,000 grant for computer software Tuesday at the Microsoft Store grand opening at the Mall at Millenia. In addition, the Science Center received $5,000 in Microsoft store credit. These gifts will enable the Science Center to better serve Central Florida youth and inspire science learning for life.

Hundreds attended the grand opening ceremony including Science Center staff. Also in attendance were Congressman Daniel Webster and Orlando City Commissioner Patty Sheehan. Arthur Filip, Microsoft’s Vice President of Sales, Worldwide Services, distributed contributions totaling over $1 million dollars to four community organizations (Orlando Science Center, BETA Center, Give Kids the World and the National Academic Foundation.

Orlando Science Center thanks Microsoft Corporation and looks forward to a fruitful partnership in the years to come.


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