Well of course I do know what to do. I just need some directions as to how.
I've been cooking up a little circuit that controls six 7 segment displays via a 4511 and some transistors and 2 buttons for controlling it.
I've written a sketch that mimics scoring for table tennis. I works great. Pushing each button will increment each players score. If a player hits 11 and is 2 points ahead his set score is incremented and a new set starts. If both buttons are held for 2 seconds the game resets. Its really great.
But now that I've done my prototype and made working code I'm ready for production. I've seen something called fritzing that can transform my circuit into a more production ready board but are they any good? Has anyone tried them?
Also I need to construct a much bigger scoreboard. I think I'll use some wood to build a casing and use some plastic as the front plate on which I'll then mount the big displays on and maybe to some coloring to make it fun and great looking.
Here's a pic of the circuit. Its a little messy as its mt first electronic prototype.