This project has been realized during our studies at ISTIA-Engineering School for the #University of #Angers, in France. The objective is to develop an electronic setup eazily deployable on any Foosball and a web/mobile application to offer connected features and improve the game's experience.
A simple set up of sensors and electronics to fix at your Foosball, and it become a brand new generation Foosball
All you have to do is to place the sensors, launch the server and your application is ready to be used.
The Hardware part is realized with DIY technologies like Raspberry and Arduino
Launch a game. Join a game. Invite friends. Goals detection and real time score. Create competition. Share your best games.
It will be easier for you to discover our "T-Soc ON" App with this.
The objective is to offer a setup eazily deployable on any Foosball. Our prototype provide a screen display and many sensors for a user interface and detect the goals in real time.
Install eazily the differents components and offer many features to your foosball
All the Hardware components are DIY technologies. We use ultrasound sensors to detect goals, Arduino to process data and Raspberry to communicate with our application and display a user interface
We used 3D printing to create the sensor support. Thanks to that, the supports are perfectly adaptable to our foosball
We provide a user interface with a Raspberry touchscreen
Our product may be your joy! This application offers you many features to let you enjoy your foosball games with your colleagues at work if you'r an employee or at the university for students
Create an account. Book a Foosball. Join a game. Invite friends. Share your games and statistics
App programmed with TypeScript, Nodejs and other languages
No need to count the score, our app do it for you in real time
A web version is available for you, to create, share and follow games
Always in your pocket, the mobile version offers you the same services as the web.
Be sure that you will not have a hard time using it.
Take a look at these screenshots of our application if you are wondering what does it look like while using it.