Dance Dance Revolution

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      Dance Dance Revolution

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      ex-paranoia
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      Here's my Dance Dance Revolution Dance Pad. Took me 4 days to make it, approximately 16 hours of work put into it. Graphics were a quick make, and they were used on DDRHOMEPAD's site as arrow designs Pretty sturdy, haven't broken down every, I've even had my 345lbs uncle go on it, and it doesn't break! hahaha
      Date: 1/8/2005    Views: 2,221    
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  1. 1/8/2005 11:23pm
    1. superblaster
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      thats crazy, how did you build that? You took apart the plastic dance pad and put in the sensors there??
       
  1. 1/9/2005 1:31am
    1. ex-paranoia
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      Naw, it's basically soldering 2 metal plates to the ground and trigger buttons on the Playstation controller. And one metal plate goes on the bottom of the button (plexiglass), and the other metal plate goes on the bottom board. When they touch~ bingo you've got signal going to send what button you pressed ^^. Nothing is stock, except for the cheap playstation controller i dismantled to make it
       
  1. 1/9/2005 4:31am
    1. superblaster
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      creative!
       
  1. 1/16/2005 5:38pm
    1. furry angel
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      MAN! i really dont get ur explanation on how u did this, but my lord, its nice
      very creative and smart
      i just bought the plastic ones ^^;

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  1. 1/24/2005 4:07am Rating: 10.00 
    1. Romanticide87
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      im amazed that you actually took apart a pad to make this in the first place nice work!

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  1. 1/24/2005 4:19am Rating: 10.00 
    1. frozenwilderness
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      hahaha nice~

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  1. 1/24/2005 6:20am Rating: 5.00 
    1. Nightwish
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      not a fan of DDR.

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  1. 1/24/2005 6:45am
    1. ex-paranoia
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      im amazed that you actually took apart a pad to make this in the first place nice work!
      I didn't actually take a pad apart, I built it from scratch~ :S
      The only thing that was stock, was the PS1 Controller, which I dismantled to use the Chipboard..