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LHR Campus has organized Android Application Development Workshop on Unity 3D Summary

On 20th February, 2016 a one-day workshop on "Android Application Development Workshop on Unity 3D" was organized in FAST-NU by IEEE Circuits and Systems Society NUCES. Android is the name of the mobile operating system made by American company; Google. It most commonly comes installed on a variety of smartphones and tablets from a host of manufacturers offering users access to Google’s own services like Search, YouTube, Maps, Gmail and more.

The main objective of the workshop was to provide the participants an opportunity to get familiarized with the game development environment of Unity 3D and help them make an android game. The participants were able to develop their own 2D games and enhance their game development skills using Unity 3D.

The workshop was conducted by two instructors, Ma'am Rabia Sirhindri and Ma'am Nimra Zaheer. Ma'am Rabia did her masters from College of Signals, NUST in Information Security and has a five-year experience of teaching and research in various institutes. The second instructor, Ma'am Nimra did her MPhil in Computer Sciences from PUCIT and has a teaching experience in the same institutes. She also has an experience in mobile application development and had published various games on android google play.

The individuals who participated in this workshop included undergraduate students of different departments from different universities, which totaled to a number of fifty-nine.

The workshop began with a formal introduction of the instructor who started with giving a preface of what android is and moved further by explaining the participants of what are they going to learn in the workshop. Ultimately, the participants had learned skills to build and manage a game on their own using Unity 3D. The overall environment was welcoming and interactive. Any issue or query faced by the students was entertained proficiently.

All the participants were given certificates at the end. To sum up, it was a well-organized purposeful event.