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=== Team Members & Responsibilities ===
=== Team Members & Responsibilities ===
* Namdev Prabhugaonkar
* '''[https://www.linkedin.com/in/namdev-prabhugaonkar/ Namdev Prabhugaonkar] <br>   
*  Rutuja Shah
*  Rutuja Shah

Revision as of 22:12, 12 October 2019

Project Title

Road Max Fury- Game using FreeRTOS


Road Max Fury is a game based on a classic car racing arcade game developed in 1984 by Konami named Road Fighter. We planned to reproduce this game as a part of our CMPE 244 project. The goal is to reach the finish line without running out of time, avoiding other cars on the road or running out of fuel .The fuel is refilled by hitting petrol pump which the player can encounter at random location during the course of the game. The player also needs to prevent car from hitting the edge of the road to prevent the collision.

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Objectives & Introduction

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Team Members & Responsibilities


Week# Date Deliverables Status
1 09/29
  • Road Max Fury project approved by instructor
  • Completed
Week# Date Deliverables Status
2 10/12
  • Create project Wiki page
  • Create a Bill of Materials
  • Select and order Parts
  • Completed
Week# Date Deliverables Status
3 10/16
  • Create and establish GitLab repository
  • Look through previous years projects and study it
  • Distribute major roles among team members
  • In Progress
Week# Date Deliverables Status
4 10/23
  • Make Repo on Gitlab for all modules - Follow Naming Convention
Week# Date Deliverables Status
5 10/30
Week# Date Deliverables Status
6 11/06
Week# Date Deliverables Status
7 11/13
Week# Date Deliverables Status
8 11/20
Week# Date Deliverables Status
9 11/27
Week# Date Deliverables Status
10 12/10
Week# Date Deliverables Status
11 12/18
  • Complete final implementation of Road Max Fury
  • Complete debugging of all game components
  • Demo

Parts List & Cost

Part # Cost Source
SJ2 Board 2 $110.00 Preet
Azerone 32 x 64 LED Matrix 1 $31.99 https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07F2JW8D3/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
HiLetgo MP3 Decoder 1 $6.99 https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0725RHR4D/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Design & Implementation

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Hardware Design

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Hardware Interface

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Software Design

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Testing & Technical Challenges

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<Bug/issue name>

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Project Video

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Project Source Code

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References Used

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