ASIP rapid prototyping platform running on the ML507 (two pictures).
Ivo Bolsens and me at the FPL'08 booth of this platform.
Realtime fractal running on ML507 (two pictures).
The upper picture shows the Euterpe board running the star field on the processor made with LISA.
The reason for the white border on screen is that the processor is only a 16 bit processor. Since the
screen has a resolution of 320*240 (a higher resolution would be no problem) I am not able to address all
pixels on screen. One can thus see the content of the SRAM after powering the board.
You can also see the Spartan-3A Starter Kit Board on the right-hand.
The second picture shows the camera module connected to Norman's Euterpe board and the picture that is displayed on the VGA monitor. Note that the picture is stored in the SRAM that acts as frame buffer and is refreshed all the time.
two pictures of the real time fractal I did (60fps). I know the colors
are somehow ugly but I didn't want to fiddle around with that.. You can
get the source code in the files section.
the small audio amplifier I did some day in May. Because of a bad
design it refused to work. The amplifier was intended for four
microphones on the input side and two stereo channels on the output
||Measuring the properties of the CODECs. For more details read the corresponding news.|
a development snapshot. For more details read the corresponding news.
components are soldered now.
of the PCBs.
|2004-12-20||This is the final board layout made with EAGLE 4.1.|