03/23/2021 at 10:02 •
This is a working Among Us taskbar in the browser.---------- more ----------
HTML, CSS, JS
Not there yet.
02/02/2021 at 14:13 •
To limit the scope of the project, 3 of the most interesting possible options have been chosen.---------- more ----------
I am ranking them in complexity like this (low to high):
- "Rocket" ... to make the underlaying interaction only 4 leds and 4 buttons are required.
- "Levels" ... requires 4 sliders which are more expensive but easy to implement. Feedback whether being right or wrong could come in the form of an LED or sound.
- "Card Swipe" ... requires a more delicate hardware-build with sensors to catch a (credit-)card swipe and is one of the most infamous tasks of the game.
To make the interactions more appealing, I believe a buzzer/speaker for chimes should make it much more enjoyable. This would be added to all mini-games.
Sound feedback can be related directly to the interaction or indicate error and success.
02/02/2021 at 14:04 •
To help with evaluating and filtering through all the possibilities a complete list of all tasks has been made.
What is actually possible to make?---------- more ----------
The goal is to make systems which don't rely on mouse+keyboard or touchscreen interfaces. Those aren't really interesting for electronics teaching because it would lack the focus on physical circuitry.
Therefore all possible mini-games get tagged with the electronics parts and the complexity to later show a cross-section of easy and cheap to make options.