Final sci Paper

Final sci Paper - Michael Green Eng 101 sec 074 Joe...

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Michael Green Eng 101 sec 074 Joe Fletcher Inquiry 1.1 B September 12, 2006 An Eighteen Year Old Plays Dance Dance Revolution in the Dark ABSTRACT A common game found in many arcades is now found in dorm rooms. Dance Dance Revolution is also known as DDR. A player stands on a pad with arrows and must step on the correct arrow according to the arrows that appear on a monitor. The game has moved from an arcade game to the Play Station two. The difficulty can be measured by the arrow combinations, more points are awarded for frequent arrow combinations. While in tucker hall I had my first encounter with the home version of Dance Dance Revolution. In this paper I will try and uncover the real reasons for playing Dance Dance Revolution. INTRODUCTION At first glance the pad that Dance Dance Revolution is played on is very simple. However, the pad is small and the player must step directly on the arrow. My observations were taken while standing outside of a dorm room in Tucker Hall. The room is about halfway down the main Tucker hall. In this scientific inquiry I will try and uncover a few questions. Why do people play Dance Dance Revolution? Does Dance Dance Revolution transfer still learned into any other activity found on campus? Does Dance Dance Revolution increase the player’s stamina and lower heart rate?
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