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The project should satisfy the minimum requirements:

– contains 5 different features different than what you had in sprint 1

– features match the description and the user flow diagrams

– use of different UI elements : at least one button, one checkbox, one slider, one
dropdown menu

– use different math elements in your code (e.g. random, clamp, absolute value, any other
math functions)

– incorporate the Time in your app (e.g. display time, affect the graphics based on time,
etc)

– name your unity project, objects, and scripts meaningful names

– position your UI in a presentable and functional manner . Think of position, scale,
colors, how you group your UI elements, the ranges you use…etc.

– use comments in your code to explain it. This documentation shows me that you
understand what you are doing.

Each Feature is worth 20 points . FIVE features are needed for this project. Each feature
includes:

1) Identify the Feature (e.g. Feature #1 : Clock) and include the input and output.

2) Add the feature description, and give directions to the user for how to use it (e.g. click
to draw)

3) Add corresponding user flow diagrams of that feature

4) Make sure your code works without errors and that feature functions as it’s described.

The project should satisfy the minimum requirements:

– contains 5 different features different than what you had in sprint 1

– features match the description and the user flow diagrams

– use of different UI elements : at least one button, one checkbox, one slider, one
dropdown menu

– use different math elements in your code (e.g. random, clamp, absolute value, any other
math functions)

– incorporate the Time in your app (e.g. display time, affect the graphics based on time,
etc)

– name your unity project, objects, and scripts meaningful names

– position your UI in a presentable and functional manner . Think of position, scale,
colors, how you group your UI elements, the ranges you use…etc.

– use comments in your code to explain it. This documentation shows me that you
understand what you are doing.

Each Feature is worth 20 points . FIVE features are needed for this project. Each feature
includes:

1) Identify the Feature (e.g. Feature #1 : Clock) and include the input and output.

2) Add the feature description, and give directions to the user for how to use it (e.g. click
to draw)

3) Add corresponding user flow diagrams of that feature

4) Make sure your code works without errors and that feature functions as it’s described.