IMAGINATION . CREATIVITY. INNOVATION
Center4tech is a technology training, advancement, entrepreneurship, research, projects and incubation Division and a registered trademark owned by Miu Research Limited. Our mission is to equip Nigerian youth with 21st Century technology skills needed to innovate, become self-reliant and also create jobs for themselves and others.
At Center4Tech, we believe that everybody could be the next inventor like Nick D'Aloisio (a 12 year old boy who developed an App Summly which was sold to Yahoo for a reported 30 million US Dollars making him one of the youngest self-made millionaires!)
Services offered at Center4Tech include: Technology Training, Electronic Components Sales, Electronic Project Design & Consultation, Mobile Games Design, Mobile Apps Design, Website Design, 3D Design & Printing, Technology Incubation, Technology Curriculum Development for schools, Hall Facility Hire etc.
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I learnt how to make mobile games and how to also make money out of it. I was thinking at first that it will be very hard but turned out to be easy. I have attended other summer camps before but this is the best. I want to come back and learn more games.
I learnt many things like how to create actors in mobile games. In electronics, I learnt how to make several complex circuits. I have attended a summer camp before but the difference between my previous summer camp and Center4Tech summer camp is that everything they teach here is put into practice.
I learnt how put simple circuits together and also how to make mobile games. It was very interesting because I made things I have never done before. I enjoyed this more than any other summer camp I have gone to. If you need to learn game designing or electronics come to Center4Tech!!!
I learnt how to make a lot of things, but basically I learnt how to create 2D mobile games. To my ultimate surprise, it was not easy because it needs critical thinking and 100% concentration. I have attended other summer camps which seems odd but this environment is conducive and the summer camp from center4tech is lovely.
Iheme Prince Lawrence
I learnt how to make mobile games which is interesting. It was really fun and tough especially the coding part. I am now a mobile games designer. Thanks to Center4Tech!!!
Ifeanyi Alex Attoh
The summer camp was fun and entertaining throughout. I learnt how to make mobile games. During a seminar presented by a Globacom staff, we were told that we can make money from our games that we design. I can't wait to start making money from my games.
Thank you for giving me the opportunity to learn the basics of Electronics and Microcontroller Circuit Design & Coding. It was very educative.
I learnt how to design and programme things like wrist watches, welcome notes on LCDs and Calculators. I also learnt how to make simple circuits like that used in torch lights. I was introduced to a brand new branch of learning.
I learnt how to programme in C++, how to think of any idea and put it on paper through a circuit design and make it work using breadboard. I learnt to design a circuit, debug a programme and make any circuit design work. I met a lot of people who challenged me especially those younger than me to be better and to expand my knowledge.
I learnt software and hardware engineering and teachers from all over the world came and taught us how to create things. This has made me to improve in my imagination and creativity. I want to come back to learn how to create more things.
I learnt how to design my own mobile games, while doing that I also learnt how to code. It was fun, exciting and interesting.
I learnt how to programme games. It was a very interesting experience learning how games are made although it could be confusing but my instructors put me through. The last summer camp I attended has to do with academic work but this is different. I had fun and made new friends.
I learnt how to programme simple and complex circuits. It was awesome and also challenging and fun. This summer camp is far better than other summer camps I have attended before. It would be better if they make Center4Tech a school.