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#1 Outhere

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Posted 28 November 2017 - 09:38 PM

I built this about 3 years ago and recently added the addressable LEDs and the original mechanical Hardware...

The cabinet I use to make the virtual pinball was from a game called wild fyre ( Stern 1978).. I took all the mechanical parts ( (2)Flippers , (3)Pop bumpers , (2)Slingshots , (2)Kick-out holes , (1)4-bank drop targets , (1)3-bank drop targets) and put them back in the cabinet and change the DOF on each game to match the mechanisms and that is very time consuming but fun... As you can see in the pictures (Video) I took three of the bumpers and put them at the Back of the monitor so when the bumpers in the game are activated so are the bumpers at the Back...

+ I added it - A Plunger, Fan, 2-strobes, 2-beacons, RGB's Under and Addressables on side, Back & Speaker

Update -- Plus a 3 chime unit, knocker, 3 extra bumpers, 6" Bell, shaker motor,  Left & Right Kick back and one for the auto fire

+ Full surround sound    http://vpuniverse.co...t&comment=36493

A total of 23 solenoids   -- Attached File  10 contactors.jpg   239.76KB   1 downloads

https://www.vpforums...=40927&p=414013

 

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Video

 

40" Playfield  --->  https://www.vpforums...=41249&p=417591

32” – Back Glass

DMD LCD screen

This is what I'm using for the 4th monitor to hide the DMD that I'm mirroring -- Available in display port or HDMI

https://www.amazon.c...&ref=nb_sb_noss

Real DMD - Pin to DMD

I didn’t know how well the LCD screen would display the imaging But it turns out it displays a lot nicer than I thought it would….
LCD screen And specs
http://www.beyondinf...LTA149B780F.pdf
https://nl.aliexpres...3972&src=google

Attached File  Tom & Jerry.jpg   161.62KB   11 downloadsAttached File  Tom & Jerry1.jpg   114.18KB   9 downloads

 

Addressable Rgb's

The Teensy has 8 Physical ports And on the DOF website you have 512 software ports

On the Teensy I used one physical port for each section of lights  - Another words one port for each of the side strips and one port for the back set up (Matrix)

+ one for each Speaker

 

The inside of the Cabinet measures 20.5 inches
For the back

I bought 2 of the 8x8 an one 8x32 and Hooked them together, Used one data line and three spots for power and it is very bright

The 8x32 led matrix is approx 12.5" x 3.25" and the 8x8 approx 3.25" Square

And it Looks Great

8x8  -->  https://www.amazon.c...0?ie=UTF8&psc=1

8x32 --> https://www.amazon.c...2B pixel Matrix

 

For the Speakers one data line for each

https://www.amazon.c...0?ie=UTF8&psc=1

For the sides one data line for each

144 led / meter strips      https://www.ebay.com...=item23591931a0

 

Plunger Setup --> https://www.vpforums...e=2#entry413506

Shaker Setup -- https://www.vpforums...657#entry433088

nudging - set up --> https://www.vpforums...e=3#entry413493

 

More info about my setup

For my left and right Addressables I did what's in the 1st post In this topic

How to set up addressable LED strips --> https://www.vpforums...showtopic=36156

More Info -->  http://mjrnet.org/pi...ableLightStrips

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DOF R3++ --> https://www.vpforums...topic=39557&hl=

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DOF Website --> http://configtool.vp...e.com/index.php

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DirectOutput framework for virtual pinball cabinets WIP Info R3

http://pinball.weile...rdware_LedStrip

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My files --> http://vpuniverse.co...t&comment=42561

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For the back Matrix I used this setup

Configtool big update for Teensy Users

http://vpuniverse.co...s#comment-30746

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terryred videos

http://vpuniverse.co...s#comment-42000


Edited by Outhere, 04 October 2019 - 03:05 PM.


#2 RustyCardores

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Posted 29 November 2017 - 01:29 AM

Very cool! ;)


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#3 Ben Logan

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Posted 29 November 2017 - 02:27 AM

Awesome idea with the pop bumpers.

#4 Outhere

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Posted 10 December 2017 - 01:45 PM

Thanks for the comments

After having DOF Hardware, Running a table without it just seems wrong and the bumpers showing in the back really enhances the fun



#5 vogliadicane

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Posted 10 December 2017 - 03:53 PM

Never saw something like this before, very creative and looks totally awsome!



#6 hlr53

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Posted 10 December 2017 - 03:56 PM

AWESOME :otvclap:


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#7 Outhere

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Posted 24 January 2018 - 06:26 PM

Up-Date

I am now up to a total of 20 solenoids... I have added a 3 chime unit, knocker, A solenoid that puts the ball in the shooting lane And one for the auto fire...

This is all real pinball equipment


Edited by Outhere, 24 January 2018 - 06:30 PM.


#8 DKong

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Posted 24 January 2018 - 06:48 PM

What a fun idea! Nice job!

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Posted 25 January 2018 - 12:52 AM

Up-Date

I am now up to a total of 20 solenoids... I have added a 3 chime unit, knocker, A solenoid that puts the ball in the shooting lane And one for the auto fire...

This is all real pinball equipment

 

So where is the YT video ??? :)



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Posted 25 January 2018 - 10:51 AM

Very cool stuff, let's do a walk thru and film it,  show these guys what you got under the hood : ) :love39:







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