What if an Arduino/Android solution was added to a regular basketball board to track my basketball training workouts? Let's go for it!
Project tutorial by Marcelo Ávila de Oliveira
What if a regular M&M's dispenser was changed to automatically serve the chocolate candies? Let's go for it!
Project showcase by Marcelo Ávila de Oliveira
I'm in the middle of something and I the code is not ready to be posted yet. The "CompleteNumber" block only fills the shots, scores and misses with zeros at the beginning. If you think something is wrong with it just remove the function call at the "ShowBoard".
Hello, I really liked the E18 sensor, it worked like a charm either under the sun or at night with no interferences at all. I don't have used the ultrasonic range finder but I had problems with a OSEPP IR sensor due to sun light interferences, it really didn't work well in the sun. You could start your tests with any of these sensors but I think you'll choose the E18 one at the end :-).
Hi, sorry for the delay in responding. Actually the vibration sensor (and the proximity one) is just programmed in the Arduino. The Arduino code reads the sensors values, detects if there was a shot, decides if it was a score or a miss and just reports what happened to the App Inventor using bluetooth.
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