Welcome to the My First FPGA tutorial!
Follow along with the steps in this tutorial to create the hardware equivalent of “Hello World”: a blinking LED. This is a simple exercise to get you started using the Intel® Quartus® software for FPGA development. You’ll learn to compile Verilog code, make pin assignments and then program the FPGA to blink one of the eight green user LEDs on the board. We’ll use a 50 MHz clock input (there’s an oscillator on board that drives the counter in the FPGA) to create a counter and assign an on-board LED to the nth bit of the counter.
This section explains how to get and run the DrawingInTheAir example to try the pattern matching engine ability to learn and recognize letters. The following section illustrates how some functions of the pattern matching engine library (CuriePME) and CurieIMU are used in the DrawingInTheAir code for the successive parts of the code that involve learning, collecting data, reading data, filtering data and learning letters.
This article will investigate using the Intel® Edison platform for small scale autonomous vehicle and remote surveillance.
Here we use the Devastator Tank* Mobile Robot Platform from DFRobot*, a mobile robotics platform that uses a Romeo* board powered by Intel® Edison.