The first stage of my cricket scoring system is finally complete! Looking for an electronic scoreboard for my local club here in North Yorks (I'm their first XI scorer) I was shocked at the prices being quoted. So, I'm building a solution that'll be half the price, twice as easy to use, and flexible in modules and in programming (if desired).
I'm hoping to raise cash to continue development and the Kickstarter project preview is here:
Is this something that'll interest others?
The setup at the moment is for cricket (obviously!), with the top left number being batsman 1, the white the total, the next batsman 2, the yellow extras, the green overs, the red wickets and the blue the previous innings total. The yellow buttons choose the score to change (indicated by the "C") and the red, black and green buttons decrease, reset and increase that score respectively. Since it's programmable, this current build includes logic so that the total automatically advances with changes for bat 1, bat 2 and extras.