Scoreboard Progress

Just a quick update on what I’ve been working on. I’ve had a bit of success getting scoring and the scoreboard playing together (see video). Another feature that you don’t see in the video is that all the switches point value can be set via the C# app that I made.

I’ve added the source below. Keep in mind this is all just hacking at this point. It’s probably not very helpful but it can’t hurt.

The led matrix on the top isn’t broken, I just hooked it up wrong :-/
 

Source

Spin:

C#:

Misc:

 

 

Author: Jeremy

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5 comments until now

  • hello,
    I am a novice in embedded field, i came across your blog as I am also working on max6953 on a very basic level,since htis is new to me, i wanted to get your guidance for the same.Could you please help me by telling how to connect the Micro controller with the max6953.I am using AVR atmega32.

    Thanks!

    By mandy July 14, 2009 @ 11:58 PM
    • Hi mandy,

      The schematic provided by Maxim is how you would connect it to an AVR as well. If you do another search for the 6953 and AVR you’ll find many more examples (including code) on how to get it to work. I have not used an AVR so I won’t be much help. Sorry!

      By Jeremy July 21, 2009 @ 6:35 PM
  • I am making a pinball machine and need help with the scoreboard. I’m not that old and i dont get what any of the stuff is that your saying. so could you email me simple instructions on how to make the score board,and hook it up please.
    Also, if i have to use a computer i only have mac.

    By Jordan July 29, 2010 @ 11:06 PM
    • Hey Jordan,
      Not sure what you are wanting assistance on. If you have specific questions I would be glad to (try to) help.

      By Jeremy July 31, 2010 @ 10:12 AM
  • I just hope u still check your blog

    By Jordan July 30, 2010 @ 2:19 PM

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