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Hello:)   I am Anton.About 3 years ago I discovered the world of embedded programming. First it was simple Arduino, but  after few  month I realized, that Arduino is too weak for my ambitions:D I grabed  DE1 FPGA from  Terasic board, and was very impressed of what can you do with an FPGA:)   Time goes by, and now I want to share my experience and help other  beginners to join the FPGA world. From time to time(depending on my success) I am producing interes ...
This blog is part 2 of a 3 part series of implementing a gradient filter on an FPGA.  If you have not already read part2 see the link below to get up to speed before reading this blog.  Additionally the user can catch some of our previous blog posts, linked below.   Part1 of this blog series Gradient Filter implementation on an FPGA - Part 1 Interfacing an FPGA with a camera Other FPGA blogs by ValentF(x) An introduction to FPGAs and the LOGI FPGA Boards Obstacle detection ...
Update 28 June 2015: XXICC has been updated to XXICC (21st Century Co-design) release 0.0q Here is the release 0.0p of XXICC.  There is no rev 0.0o since the letter O looks too much like the digit 0.  0.0p adds a Flavia implementation for the Gadget Factory Papilio DUO board, which has a Xilinx Spartan-6 LX9 FPGA and an Arduino-compatible Atmel ATmega32U4.  Flavia 0.0p also adds pinout tables to map top-level ports and signal names to FPGA pins.  You can also specify pull- ...
There's been quite  a lot of talk in the FPGA group about cheap ways to get started so a couple of weeks ago I decided to forsake the professional setup I use for real work and try one of the cheapest routes I could find. The idea was to try something as general purpose as possible and to keep clear of as much proprietary hardware and software as possible. That basically means using a simple board with the FPGA and very little else on it and using the FPGA manufacturer's free software.  ...

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