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November 9, 2012

Automated Dartboard Score Monitoring

at 3:07 am. Filed under Complex Hacks, Cool Gadgets, DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks, Game Hacks


Dan sent in a cool Automated Dartboard Score Monitoring project that he just completed. It is based around a dartboard that already has a ton of smarts built into it. The cheap ($15) dartboard has built in sensors that can detect what score area was hit and keeps track of the score on a built in LCD screen. How can this system be made better? Well you could install a high performance CPU and transmit the scores to an Android phone! I had never heard of the Coridium BASIC Chip but it looks like a fast, powerful device for $10. The sensor wires were connected to inputs on the Coridium chip and the resulting hit locations are sent via a Bluetooth module to an Android device running custom code. If you want to play around with the code to see how it works you can download it from the link at the bottom of the project page.


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One Response to “Automated Dartboard Score Monitoring”

  1. Adrian Says:

    Very clever – I like it 🙂

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