A dedicated Raspberry PI Baseball scoreboard using LEDs and a 4x20 character display
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Baseball-pi

A Baseball scoreboard designed for the Raspberry Pi 3, a work in progress. Go Mariners.

Hardware

  • 20x4 Character Display (based on the HD44780 controller)
  • LEDs (for balls, strikes, out, on base)
  • Raspberry Pi3 Model B (Mine runs Ubuntu Mate) - Another type of Pi may work but I'm not testing on any other hardware

Compiling

#####Dependencies:

  • curlpp
  • libxml++-2.6
  • libcurl4-openssl
  • cmake (written for 3.5, should work under 3.0 if you modify CMakeLists.txt's required version)
  • make
  • gcc (with C++ packages)
Instructions:
  1. Download the source using your preffered method

  2. in the source directory

    mkdir build
    cd build
    cmake ..
    make
  3. Execute the new executable

    ./baseball-pi
Alternatively:

Warning: I am not testing this script for general use, it is mostly for my own convenience. However I have some confidence it will work on other machines as its relatively simple right now.

  1. Download the source code

  2. Execute the InstallAndRun.sh file in the source code directory

    ./InstallAndRun.sh