|The Theme You Picked: Digital Fever|
|Project14 | Digital Fever: Explore Digital Logic: From Discrete to FPGA: Win a PSoC 4200 or a MKR VIDOR 4000!|
The theme this month is Digital Fever and it celebrates all things digital, from digital logic, giving programs the ability to make complex decisions, to FPGA, which can begin configured to do just about anything. The idea comes from jancumps. Your project can be anything that involves Digital Logic. In can involve FPGA, PLD, logic gate ICs, CMOS logic, TTL, DTL, discrete logic, and more! You can do projects made primarily made of discrete components such as resistors, capacitors, discrete logic chips and single-functionality chips such as those provided by the series. You could do a STEM related activity such as a logic gate board game. Or you can do Programmable Logic projects, using an FPGA or PLD board of your choice such as an , a , an , a , or a . If you are interested in doing a project involving a or , submit your project proposal in the comments below and we will send boards to the best project proposals that use them! Both of these boards are great if you are just getting started with FPGA or PLD.
Your Chance to Win
|Be Original||Stick to the Theme|
|List the Steps||Submit Video Proof|
|One Grand Prize Winner Wins a $200 Shopping Cart!||Three First Place Winners Win a $100 Shopping Cart|
Some Terms & Conditions Apply: How to Redeem Your Shopping Cart for Project14
Your Project, Your Ideas!
Every month you'll have a new poll where you'll get to decide an upcoming project competition, based on your interests, that will take place a couple of months in advance. Themes are broad in scope so that everyone can participate regardless of skill set.
What are Monthly Themes?
What are Monthly Theme Polls?
Step 2: Post in the comments section below to begin a discussion on your idea. Videos, pictures and text are all welcomed forms of submission.
Step 3: Submit a blog post of your progress on your project by the end of the month. You are free to submit as many blog entries as you like until the beginning of the next theme.
Be sure to include video proof of your project!
Visit: Digital Fever or tag your project blog DigitalFeverCH
You have until April 14th End of Day to submit your completed project!
A jury consisting of your peers will judge project submissions!
|The Logical Project 6 months ago in Digital Fever||by dougw|
|Project14 | Winners Announcement: Digital Fever: From Simple Gates to FPGA and Beyond! 6 months ago in Digital Fever||by tariq.ahmad|
|Prototyping with FPGAs - Part 4 - Combinational Logic vs. Sequential Logic with Vivado on Artix-7 FPGA 6 months ago in Digital Fever||by yesha98|
|DigiStep: A digital stepper motor controller using PSoC4! 6 months ago in Digital Fever||by Navadeep Ganesh U|
|PSOC4 Capsense in a much more fun way 6 months ago in Digital Fever||by raspberrypitechguy|
|Project14 | Digital Fever: Meet the Projects that Explore Digital Logic! 6 months ago in Project14||by tariq.ahmad|
|Prototyping with FPGAs - Part 3 - Sequential Logic with Quartus Prime on Cyclone-IV FPGA 6 months ago in Digital Fever||by yesha98|
|Rotary LED Blinker #1- RLB with NE555 + CD4017 7 months ago in Digital Fever||by fyaocn|
|Rotary LED Blinker #2- RLB with PSOC 4200M 6 months ago in Digital Fever||by fyaocn|
|Prototyping with FPGAs - Part 1 - Basics 6 months ago in Digital Fever||by yesha98|
|Prototyping with FPGAs - Final Project - Pong Game 6 months ago in Digital Fever||by yesha98|
|SecuCam #2: Hardware Accelerated Motion Detection with the PYNQ-Z2 6 months ago in Digital Fever||by bluetiger9|
|Project14 | Digital Fever: Explore Digital Logic: From Discrete to FPGA: Win a PSoC 4200 or a MKR VIDOR 4000! 8 months ago in Digital Fever||by tariq.ahmad|
|Cat Counter MKIII 7 months ago in Digital Fever||by dubbie|
|Prototyping with FPGAs - Part 2 - Combinational Logic with Xilinx ISE on Spartan 6 FPGA 7 months ago in Digital Fever||by yesha98|
|Vidor Music Jukebox 7 months ago in Digital Fever||by Manzel Seet|
|SecuCam #1: Experimenting with the MKR Vidor 4000 7 months ago in Digital Fever||by bluetiger9|
|Flipping Core Memory Bits Directly With a Magnetic Stylus 9 months ago in Electromagnetism||by Andy Geppert|
|Digital Logic µFR NFC Card Reader - part 1: first C program for Linux (Raspberry Pi, BB, ...) 10 months ago in Internet of Things||by Jan Cumps|
|VidorScout - MKR Vidor 4000 Mobile Robot: Assembly and Test 2 years ago in Programmable Logic||by jomoenginer|
|PSoC ultrasonic range meter 2 years ago in Programmable Logic||by koudelad|
|DIY Test Equipment: The ByEar 2000 - A Logic Probe 4 years ago in Jon Clift's Blog||by jc2048|