User:Khalidaou

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Personal biography

Name: Khalid Ahmed Abdul Rahman Al Zadjali

Khalid is a software Engineer that is interested in Video game development, Digital art (2d and 3d art), Integrating Software with Hardware, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Hologram and Innovation.

Objective: To expand my knowledge and learn new things.

Experience and Expertise: Software development. Java, JavaScript, HTML, XML, Web development, ASP .NET, Microsoft SQL, UML, JSP, C++, C#. Game Engines: Unreal Engine 4, LibGDX, Tween engine, Box2D, JMonkey and Unity. Languages: Arabic (Mother Language), English (ELTS Academic Test, Overall Band Score 5.5).

PROJECTS HANDELED:

Khalfan and Saleema (unpublished) Team Size: 4 A Mobile Game application that has been awarded as a winner for “best effort” prize. Developed in SAS48 Garage event. The application is associated with 4 more members my role was the developer

Clumsy Dracula (published) A Game application published in Google play store, produced with LibGDX Engine. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.khalid.amoon.wateen&hl=en

Jumanji Board Game A Game application developed for final year graduation project in the Arab Open University. JBG was produced using Java language scoring B+ in the course.

The Elevator Elevator is video game, a First Person Shooter video game that I created with a team of four graphic designers in Oman Information and Technology SAS Virtual Reality Center. The game was created with realistic environment where the implementation was built to run on Oculus rift.

Nizwa Fort A First person video game created for participating in Laval Virtual Event. to recreate and implement an existing project to be shown on Oculus rift.

ExTour Mobile Game A mobile game created and established for Microsoft Imagine cup using augmented reality.

Recycle Mobile Game A mobile game created and established for eGames development workshop established by ITA.

The Maze: A virtual reality video game that uses tank costume controls to integrate with a cart that the player can move using HMD as the display. This was developed to compete in Japan's IVRC. http://ivrc.net/2015/en/