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RoboLand Announces New Theme Park in Orlando, Florida

RoboLand LLC has announced a new theme park attraction in Orlando, Fla., which combines robotics with cutting-edge technology to create an immersive experience that can be enjoyed together with friends and family.  From interactive robotic shows to a virtual reality experience, the theme park is designed to provide awe-inspiring fun, the company said.

RoboLand introduces two robots – Sophia and Titan. Sophia looks and acts just like a human being. With more than 70 facial expressions and the ability to understand, recognize, research, and remember, she can carry on a conversation as if she were a real person – all with the help of her AI system. Sophia has appeared as a special guest star on Jimmy Fallon, and has made friends with celebrities like Will Smith. She inspired people from around the world when she addressed member countries at the United Nations. 

Titan made his debut on Britain’s Got Talent and has been wowing audiences ever since. With performances all over the world, including a show-stopping act with Rihanna, Titan has quickly become one of the most popular robots in entertainment. He can even be programmed to interact with guests and make special announcements. 

The company that launched RoboLand has over 25 years of experience in entertainment and event management. Originally exciting crowds in London, Prague, Romania, and Moldova with audiences that topped 150,000 people per venue, some of these included the Dali Universe collection and concerts that include 50 Cent, Lara Farina, Seal, Julio Iglesias, and Patricia Kass. Orlando, Florida, now the home base, will feature over 30 amazing exhibits for families of all ages. 

The RoboLand exhibit hall at 6464 International Drive, Orlando, is open daily from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

To learn more, visit the RoboLand website here.


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