For the exercise, we started by modifying the example ‘network-party’ world. In our work, we trying to model a dance party between two groups of robots.
Regarding control, the robot simulation takes in real-time input from the keyboard. This allows two users to each control one of group of the robot.
Through this dance party simulation, we were trying to express tension that ultimately result in chaos. The number of robots and diverse movements show the competitive atmosphere of the dance party. In the beginning, it’s hard to tell if one group is either cheering or giving pressure to the other group. The tension arises until the point we dance becomes a conflict, which changes organized movement into disorder. Through the way this dance party ends, we can assume that the robots were competing against each other with their movements.