Shourya Kelkar


Talk Title

Unlocking the Potential of Flutter Sensors






15:25 > 40 min


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Flutter sensors have the potential to revolutionize game development by enabling more immersive and interactive experiences for players. With the ability to detect a wide range of movements and gestures, developers can create games that respond to even the subtlest of player actions. For example, imagine a game where the character's movements are directly controlled by the player's body movements, or a game where the player's environment changes based on their real-world surroundings. The possibilities are endless with flutter sensors. By harnessing this technology, game developers can take their creations to the next level and deliver truly unique and engaging experiences for players.

In this talk, I will delve into the exciting world of sensor technology and explore the various types of sensors that can be utilised in Flutter games to make them more interactive and engaging. From motion sensors to touch sensors, there are a plethora of options available to game developers. In addition to discussing the different types of sensors, I will also provide a detailed demonstration of how to integrate them seamlessly into your Flutter and flame games. By the end of this talk, you will have a comprehensive understanding of the power of sensor technology and how it can enhance the user experience of your games.

Speaker Bio

This is talk is all about 14-year-old Shourya and his coding journey. Shourya is Self-taught Flutter Mobile App Developer. He has started learning Block base coding at the age of 9 and developed very complex games like Flappy Bird and Shoot the Monster game. After the MIT scratch coding Shourya has focus on developing mobile app games with APP Inventor. Shourya wants to learn deeper into Mobile App development and landed on Google Flutter.
During the COVID lockdown Shourya has utilised his time develop Flutter Mobile APP UI and then he has started converting his school Study material into Flutter App in recent month Shourya has started exploring more complex concepts like Firebase Integration, GoogleSIgnIn, API integration.
Shourya wants to share his coding knowledge and experience to other children’s. He has partnered with VI foundation where he is taking free coding workshops for 100+ underprivileged kids in India on weekly basis.