F21: Sons of Ultron

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Bubble Trouble

Abstract

Clear all the bubbles and get yourself out of trouble !! “Bubble Trouble” is a fun game where each time you hit a big bubble, it will split up into two smaller ones. Avoid the bubbles as they bounce through the level. Race against time, collect all the traps and power-ups you can use to be the best at this game. Do you have what it takes to be the ultimate bubble shooter?. This is all displayed in the LED matrix acting as the screen. Use your spike gun to pop all the bubbles from the largest to the smallest bits. Can you clear each level?.

Objectives & Introduction

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Technical Responsibilities

Administrative Roles
  • Game Logic Development
Rishabh Gupta & Vilas Dhuri & Saharsh Shivhare
  • PCB Design
Vilas Dhuri
  • LED Display Driver
Rishabh Gupta
  • Graphics Driver
Rishabh Gupta & Vilas Dhuri & Saharsh Shivhare
  • Splash Screen Graphics Driver
Vilas Dhuri & Saharsh Shivhare
  • MP3 Decoder
Saharsh Shivhare
  • Hardware Integration
Vilas Dhuri & Saharsh Shivhare


Administrative Responsibilities

Administrative Roles
  • Team Leader
Rishabh Gupta
  • Git Repository Managers
Rishabh Gupta
  • Code Reviewers
Rishabh Gupta & Vilas Dhuri & Saharsh Shivhare
  • Wiki Report Manager
Vilas Dhuri
  • Bill of Materials Manager
Saharsh Shivhare


Schedule

Week# Start Date End Date Task Status
1
  • 10/11/2021
  • 10/17/2021
  • Read previous projects, gather information, and discuss among the group members.
  • Create a GitLab repository for the project.
  • Completed
  • Completed
2
  • 10/18/2021
  • 10/24/2021
  • Order necessary parts
  • Distributing project tasks among group members
  • Completed
  • Completed
3
  • 10/25/2021
  • 10/31/2021
  • Read and familiarize with LED Matrix Datasheet.
  • Read and familiarize with MP3 Decoder Datasheet.
  • Completed
  • Completed
4
  • 11/01/2021
  • 11/7/2021
  • Finalize wiki schedule
  • Developing graphics driver for LED matrix and implementing initial game objects
  • Designing Game Start-up Screen and Game Over screen
  • Designing PCB and Circuit Simulation in Eagle Tool
  • Completed
  • Completed
  • Completed
  • In Progress
5
  • 11/8/2021
  • 11/14/2021
  • Joystick integration
  • Implementing Character Movement through Joystick
  • Implementing Arrow shooting logic
  • Designing and Implementing Ball Trajectory and bounce logic
  • Completed
  • Completed
  • Completed
  • Completed
6
  • 11/15/2021
  • 11/21/2021
  • Implementing Ball Spliting logic
  • Developing Screen Transition and Menu Selection logic
  • Game logic development
  • Testing and debugging the game logic
  • In Progress
  • In Progress
  • In Progress
  • In Progress
7
  • 11/22/2021
  • 11/28/2021
  • Integrating MP3 decoder into the game
  • Integrating Zigbee for wireless remote control
  • Integrating game logic code with LED matrix
  • Integrating game sounds with game logic
  • Not started
  • Not started
  • Not started
  • Not started
8
  • 11/30/2021
  • 12/06/2021
  • Integrate subsystem
  • Finalizing the video game
  • Update the wiki page.
  • Not started
  • Not started
  • Not started
9
  • 12/07/2021
  • 12/13/2021
  • Address bugs during testing of integrated system
  • Test pause/play functionality
  • Not started
  • Not started
  • Not started
10
  • 12/16/2021
  • 12/14/2021
  • 12/14/2021
  • 12/14/2021
  • 12/16/2021
  • 12/16/2021
  • 12/16/2021
  • 12/16/2021
  • Final Demo
  • Update Gitlab repo with final code.
  • Update test video.
  • Update the wiki page.
  • Not started
  • Not started
  • Not started
  • Not started


Parts List & Cost

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Design & Implementation

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Hardware Design

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Hardware Interface

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Software Design

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Implementation

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Testing & Technical Challenges

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<Bug/issue name>

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Conclusion

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Project Video

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Project Source Code

References

Acknowledgement

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References Used

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Appendix

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