The outcome of our design met our expectation
very well. We are able to implement a sensible buttons detection and
scoring system. The overall game logic is good and resemble the real
game "Dance Dance Revolution" that we try so hard to emulate.
Although the design of our game is quite
satisfactory, we still have several ideas which we cannot implement due to
time and hardware constraint. The detail discussion of these
improvement issues can be found in our
- Intellectual Property
Issues: As described in
Program Design page, we have two sources to
assist us in designing our game: 1)
Video Generation with AVR for the display code, and 2)
Russian Bloc Game Code for the sound code. The details of the
usage can be found in the Program Design page.
Special thanks given to Konami whose product, "Dance Dance Revolution"
series inspires us to work on our game design.
IEEE Code of Ethics: As Computer and Electrical Engineering
students, we are entitled to follow the IEEE Code of Ethics. To
ensure we follow the code of ethics closely, we take extra care towards
the following 5 points when we develop our game.
We accept the
responsibility in making engineering decisions consistent with the safety,
health and welfare of the public, and to disclose promptly factors that
might endanger the public or the environment. We make sure our game
will not hurt any player who play this game and make sure the game will
not produce annoying sound and audio which affect other non-players
We are honest and realistic in stating claims
or estimates based on available data. We base our decision to
developing the game based on realistic estimation of our capability.
Also, we document the development and description of our game without any
We reject bribery in all its forms. We
will not any form of bribery to disclose any details of our game or
disclose any interest of our related parties.
We seek, accept, and offer honest criticism of
technical work, to acknowledge and correct errors, and to credit properly
the contributions of others. We seek help from our professors of the
class and also our teaching assistants for help in designing our game.
We also include the reference of the code and design that we use in our
- We treat fairly all persons regardless of such factors as race,
religion, gender, disability, age, or national origin. We do not
discriminate against any persons involve in the game design and game usage
in any form.