Innoventions is an attraction at Epcot at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida. It focuses on technological advancements and their practical applications for everyday life. It is a portmanteau of the words "innovation" and "invention".

Innoventions first opened on September 29, 1994 which prominently displayed Sega games such as Sega Genesis, Sega Game Gear, Sega CD, and Sega Pico games in an arcade style, such as Sonic the Hedgehog and Virtua Fighter. There were some "virtual reality" displays (which was basically more advanced video games at the time). Innoventions replaced the original tenant of its two semi-circular buildings, CommuniCore. It is divided into two buildings known as Innoventions East and Innoventions West. In 1999, it had a major renovation for the park's Millennium Celebration, and added the subtitle "The Road to Tomorrow". In 2007-2008, it underwent another major renovation, dropped the subtitle "The Road to Tomorrow", and changed its general aesthetic again while also launching the companion website.

Current exhibits

Innoventions East

  • Don't Waste It!, presented by Waste Management, Inc.
  • Environmentality Corner
  • Test the Limits Lab, presented by Underwriters Laboratories
  • StormStruck, presented by FLASH (Federal Alliance for Safe Homes)
  • The Sum Of All Thrills, presented by Raytheon
  • Take a Nanooze Break, presented by Cornell University and National Science Foundation

Innoventions West

Former exhibits and sponsors

Innoventions East

  • Apple Computer (September 21, 1994 - January 31, 1998)
  • Bill Nye the Science Guy (April 15, 1998 - June 1, 1999)
  • House of Innoventions (closed October 2009)
  • Communications Dream Forum, sponsored by Motorola (October 1995 - May 1, 2003)
  • Discover the Stories Behind the Magic (September 24, 2001 - Late 2002)
  • Disney Interactive (Spring 1996 - September 3, 1997)
  • Disney's Internet Zone, sponsored by (closed July 2007)
  • Don't Waste It!, presented by Waste Management, Inc. (closed June 12, 2011)
  • Epcot Discovery Center (Fall 1996 - October 3, 1998)
  • Family PC (Fall 1995 - June 1, 1999)
  • Fantastic Plastics Works, sponsored by Society of the Plastics Industry (August 2004 - March 2008)
  • Forests For Our Future, sponsored by TAPPI
  • General Electric (July 1, 1994 - June 1, 1999)
  • General Motors (July 1, 1994 - June 1, 1999)
  • Hammacher Schlemmer (July 1, 1994 - September 1997)
  • Honeywell (July 1, 1994 - Fall 1996)
  • Look Into the Future (October 1, 1999 - February 19, 2001)
  • Magic House Show (July 1, 1994 - Winter 1994)
  • Masco's Magic House Tour (July 1, 1994 - Spring 1995)
  • Mission: SPACE Launch Center, sponsored by Compaq/HP (May 2001 - 2003?)
  • Mr. MIDI (June 1995 - September 1995)
  • Opportunity City, sponsored by Disney Online and the Kauffman Foundation (2004 - November 1, 2006)
  • Oracle Corporation's Information Highway (October 1995 - September 3, 1997)
  • Web Site Construction Zone, sponsored by (October 1, 1999 - February 19, 2001)

Innoventions West

  • Rockin' Robots' sponsored by KUKA Industrial Robots
  • Alec Tronic - The most advanced Audio Animatronic ever created by Imagineering
  • Beautiful Science, sponsored by Monsanto Company
  • Bill Nye the Science Guy
  • The Broadband Connection, sponsored by AT&T
  • Discover magazine
  • Eclectronics
  • Enel/Infobyte VR Presentation
  • Inspired by Vision
  • Knowledge Vortex, sponsored by Xerox
  • LEGO Dacta
  • Medicine's New Vision, sponsored by The Radiological Community
  • Sega Genesis, Sega CD, Sega 32X, Sega Pico, Sega Saturn, Dreamcast, sponsored by Sega
  • Silicon Graphics
  • Time Warner
  • Videonics
  • Video Games of Tomorrow, sponsored by Disney Interactive
  • Walt Disney Imagineering Labs
  • The Ultimate Home Theater Experience, sponsored by Lutron
  • Tom Morrow 2.0's Playground
  • Epcot 25th Anniversary Gallery

Tom Morrow 2.0

Epcot's Innoventions' mascot from 2000 until 2007 was a small Audio-Animatronic character named Tom Morrow 2.0, the former host of the Disney Channel's "Imagineer That!" shorts. He was removed in the 2007-2008 renovation. Disneyland's former Innoventions attraction previously featured a full-sized Audio-Animatronic host, Tom Morrow, from 1998 until 2012.

Area music

The area music played at Epcot is about 20 minutes long and begins with a musical piece by David Arkenstone entitled "Papillon (On The Wings Of The Butterfly)" from his album In the Wake of the Wind. The rest of the music was composed by Russell Brower for Walt Disney Imagineering and is not commercially available. Brower would then compose the music for the World of Warcraft games.

See also

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Future World
Spaceship EarthMission: SPACETest TrackInnoventionsThe Seas with Nemo & FriendsTurtle Talk with CrushThe LandSoarin'Living with the LandJourney into Imagination with FigmentImageWorks: The What-If Labs
World Showcase
Agent P's World Showcase AdventureMexico PavilionGran Fiesta Tour Starring the Three CaballerosNorway PavilionFrozen Ever AfterChina PavilionReflections of ChinaGermany PavilionItaly PavilionThe American AdventureJapan PavilionMorocco PavilionFrance PavilionInternational GatewayUnited Kingdom PavilionCanada PavilionO Canada!IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth
Disney's Yacht Club ResortDisney's Beach Club ResortDisney's BoardWalk InnDisney's BoardWalk VillasDisney's Caribbean Beach Resort
Former Attractions
Universe of Energy (Original)Journey Into ImaginationEllen's Energy AdventureKim Possible World Showcase AdventureHoney, I Shrunk the AudienceHorizonsWorld of MotionWonders of LifeBody WarsCranium CommandUpstairs Image WorksCommuniCoreIllumiNations 25SymbiosisIllumiNationsGoofy About HealthMagic JourneysTapestry of NationsKitchen KabaretThe Making of MeWonders of ChinaMaelstromEl Rio del TiempoFood RocksCaptain EOJourney Into Your ImaginationCircle of Life: An Environmental Fable
Awesome PlanetGuardians of the Galaxy Epcot RideRemy's Ratatouille AdventurePlay Pavilion
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