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LTProg is pindriver technology multi devices programmer througth the PC USB Port
Labcoat; the VHDL graphic emulator.
This card will capture High Definition Video 1280x720 at 30fps, and soon be capable of 60fps and maybe even 1080p. This is a hardware project so source code, RTL, and board CAD files will be involved. All IC's and parts should be easily available.
Software to support the JTAG bus (IEEE 1149.1). Primary purpose is for a JTAG programmer/debugger using FPGA's to provide ability to test and program JTAG devices.
This is a hardware/software simple USB Digital Storage Oscilloscope project.
Ray Tracing micro-processor RTMP. Features: * Programmable pixel shaders. * SIMD 32-bit ALU. * Hardware support for Octree scene traversal. * Ray intersection cache. * Support for mutiple instances of RTMP working concurrently.
Collection of VHDL libraries for ASIC/FGPA development
A VHDL - Verilog SAD256 module
What would verilog code translated to unlambda look like? This question has puzzled me for a long time and I've decided to do a unlambda backend to my c->verilog compiler. Come to think of it, why stop at unlambda? I will go all the way to NAND gates.
Oscilloscope using a VGA monitor and a cpld
WiFi for machines based on the 65xx CPU family.
An FPGA based system, using captured video as source of a basketball movement. Human movement is detected and translated into motion vectors to hit a virtual ball.
Oscilloscope set top box for PC. There are many projects like that, but we want to try to design it in our way.
Inane's not a NES emulator. It is a reimplementation of the original NES hardware in VHDL with the goal of making it fully synthesize in hardware.
simple and practical RISC Processor work in Altera DE2 Board(made by TERASIC)
In this project we have developed a navigation tool for visually impaired person by which they can move to different locations in their surrounding without the help of others.
Vaster is a EDA tool. It creates SystemC Cycle Accurate model from VerilogHDL RTL Model.
vcd2svg can parse Value Change Dump (VCD) files and draw an impulse diagram using Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG). It works together with the GHDL open-source simulator.
Wireless Sensor Node sniffer hardware front-end and GUI