For my final project, we made a interactive dance floor. Compared to other common dance floors, ours had many differences which made is unique. To create our project, we created six dance floors in total. Three were used for melodies and three were used for beats. This forced the users to interact with others and combine their efforts to make music together. The objective of our musical instrument was to allow the users to make music based off of what they hear from one another. The music would restart every time it is stopped. To be able to create our project, we created a circuit between all the dance floors and used conductive tape to be able to execute our plan. We made six dance floors and whenever one was stepped on, it would play the sound, whether is was a melody or a beat. When creating the dance floors, each individual dance floor had a foam board which was cut in the middle, sandwiched between cardboard. We designed this in a way that when the conductive tape that was placed on the cardboards touched, the sound would play. The foam board allowed the card boards not to touch one another until it was stepped on, or another type of pressure was applied to it. One problem that occurred during the user testing was that the wires were not stable enough and were easily taken out. We soiltered the wires to the conductive tape in order to secure it. Another change that was triggered by the user testing was our idea of making three dance floors to represent melodies and three dance floors to represent beats. Before the user testing, they all were just going to be playing simple beats. Our goal of the project was to create a musical instrument that is easy to use and provoked users to play with their friends. My project aligned in my definition of interaction in a sense that the users were triggering an output, no matter how involved their input was. If I had more time, I would improve my project by making it more visually aesthetic and by adding more dance floors. Another enhancement that I would consider would be to somehow make it wireless.