Conversion of an old pinball playfield to an Arduino-driven, fully working pinball machine.
Project showcase by Frogger1108
Build a fully functional pinball machine with 4 networked Arduinos: Control, Audio, Lights, Score, with this code and my free E-book.
Project showcase by grahamasker
A previous project of an Arduino controlled pinball machine is augmented with sound and music using a WAV Trigger board.
Project tutorial by Bob Blomquist
A standard sized pinball machine made using parts from the home store and pinball supply houses. The game play is controlled by an Arduino.
Sry for not answering earlier, I completly missed the posts. You're both right, the resistor is coneccted to ground, I updated the picture. It would be nice if you could post some pictures of your projects, I'm always interested in Arduino pinball projects :)
What machine is it if I may ask? It's really a great way to learn about soldering, electronics and microcomputers. The only thing most people fear is the programming part. As long as you're familiar with basic programming skills you should be good to go.
Thanks. I had a lot of trouble using interrupts on the Arduino on this project. They are fine if you really want to "interrupt" your program, but since you continouesly get signals and you need to keep the timer running in the background I found they are causing more harm than good. The Arduino is fast enough to keep track of everything while cycling through the code as long as you don't use delays (which you shouldn't anyway :)
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