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Teaching Programmable Logic to Programmers

Posted by: Dave Vandenbout in Blog Post 3 years, 8 months ago

PyOhio and MyHDL logos Teaching programmers how to use programmable logic like FPGAs: you would think that was easy, right? Chris Felton recently gave a workshop at PyOhio to do just that. The intent was to help programmers learn FPGA programming techniques using the MyHDL Python package. To support his workshop, Chris put together a complete hardware and software setup for the programmers that consisted of: <<more...>>

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VirtualBoy TV-mod Using a XuLA

Posted by: Dave Vandenbout in Blog Post 3 years, 9 months ago

VirtualBoy scanned LED array There's a nice write-up over on the Furrtek site about modding the 1990's-era VirtualBoy table-top video game console. The VB provides a 3D gaming experience using two scanned LED arrays, one for each eye. A XuLA-200 was inserted into the VB's case in order to generate VGA signals so the game action could be seen on an external monitor. <<more...>>

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