What it does

It provides an interface between a fairground game and it’s players that counts scores, records high-scores, and keeps track of the length of each round.

How we built it

The interface is a touchscreen paired with a keyboard connected to the Pi. Players can use the touchscreen to start a round, see the score and time left, and check the high-scores. Players can use the keyboard to leave their name, which will appear on the scoreboard. The target is rigged so that a circuit closes when the target is hit, which the Pi detects as an increase in voltage.

What's next for Swing Board

Spring Carnival.

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