(Topic ID: 208010)

Scorebit, automatic scoring reader used at INDISC


By Axl

1 year ago



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  • Latest reply 8 months ago by jsa
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#1 1 year ago

I am looking for information about the Scorebit setup that was used at INDISC.
I only found this video of it.

http://funwithbonus.com/indisc-2018-friday-qualifying/

Anyone know the price yet?

For anyone that doesn’t know, score it is a device that reads the score off the machine. That way you can have it entered automatically to the score sheet. Maybe someone can correct and explain.

#2 1 year ago

Found a web page. http://scorbit.io

3 weeks later
#3 1 year ago

I just started trying to reach out to Karl about this. If it reads scores, it might also lead to a ton of new ways to play and/or score. If each machine could be evaluated for what device it providing what code, you could do a race to 100 Alien hits, or a "who orbited the most" side game. There is so much that could be made available if this product has gained access to the pinball machine's data.

Really an exciting feature on its own merits.

1 week later
#4 1 year ago

axl and thegeekyhusband, thanks for your interest in the Scorbit platform.

We will be sending out an update to people who have registered on the http://scorbit.io website soon with more information. We're not ready to get into details on pricing or all the features yet, but here is what we can say now:

Scorbit is a platform that involves custom hardware, a set of services (in the cloud), and a set of user and operator applications. Our products install in a machine (solid state, DMD or newer), gather scores and other data from the machine via a number of methods, and share that data in real-time with our Internet service. As we demoed at INDISC, in addition to automated leaderboard functions, we can integrate with tournament software or other custom visualizations.

We are currently in beta with our first round of fabricated hardware and fine tuning the first set of release features. Our team has spent years in development and we can't wait to provide a more detailed announcement soon!

-Jay

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#5 1 year ago

scorbit - If you should need some additional beta testing, I would love to help. I have worked with locations in the PA area for streaming and would love to pitch your product to the locations for their tournaments.

Really exciting work you folks have done and congrats on all you've achieved thus far. Can't wait to see more of it!

#6 1 year ago
Quoted from scorbit:

axl and thegeekyhusband, thanks for your interest in the Scorbit platform.
We will be sending out an update to people who have registered on the http://scorbit.io website soon with more information. We're not ready to get into details on pricing or all the features yet, but here is what we can say now:
Scorbit is a platform that involves custom hardware, a set of services (in the cloud), and a set of user and operator applications. Our products install in a machine (solid state, DMD or newer), gather scores and other data from the machine via a number of methods, and share that data in real-time with our Internet service. As we demoed at INDISC, in addition to automated leaderboard functions, we can integrate with tournament software or other custom visualizations.
We are currently in beta with our first round of fabricated hardware and fine tuning the first set of release features. Our team has spent years in development and we can't wait to provide a more detailed announcement soon!
-Jay

I had a vision to remotely pull the game's RAM contents or something similar but lacked the means to pull it off. Sounds like a cool project and I am looking forward to seeing it.

#7 1 year ago

Hmm...interesting.

5 months later
#8 1 year ago

scorbit Any progress and updates you could share?

#9 1 year ago

We're just hard at work, building a product we think is robust and works the way you all would expect. Our team wants this to be tested to a level that will make the pinball community proud (and we know it's a discerning audience). We will reveal more when we enter our next phase of beta, in partner with operators across a more diverse set of locations and machines. Thanks for being patient, and stay tuned!

4 months later
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