We are very pleased with what we were able to accomplish in doing this project. When deciding upon this project, we were unsure if we were even going to be able to get the light gun to funtion properly, let alone develop the actual game. The result of all our hard work is a fun, functioning game that certainly meets, if not exceeds our expectations. Adding sound to the game was something we did not plan on doing in the initial stages. While the sound is quite simple, it certainly adds a lot to the game.
In order to develop Duck Hunter, there were three main items
we would like to give credit to. First,
as mentioned in software, we used
We made it a point to uphold the IEEE Code of Ethics while working on Duck Hunter. Below are a five examples of how we maintained this code:
Throughout the project, safety was our main concern. We did not want to put our users in a situation that could cause harm to them. In the Results section of the documentation, the safety concerns are discussed in detail.
We have no intention of receiving financial gains from the Duck Hunter game we’ve developed. Any offers of bribery from users requesting us to allow them to cheat will be promptly rejected.
We set out to develop this game for the entertainment of others. We feel that we have gained the necessary qualification, training, and experience necessary to undertake this task through our studies in ECE476 “Microcontroller Design” coursework.
We properly credited the
We allow people of any and all ethnicities and backgrounds to enjoy the fruits of our work on this project.