Digilent and its EU distribution partner, Trenz Electronic, will have a joint booth at Embedded World 2015 in Nuremberg, Germany from February 24-26.
It has become tradition to demonstrate how our latest technology modules help both academic and maker communities to integrate with their “learning by doing” process. Having said this, I am so excited to disclose some of the highlights of our demos.
Discover a complex, 2-in-1 demo, the Nexys 4 DDR Spectral with a Nexys 4 DDR whose on-board microphone is set to capture its environmental audio signal. The audio signal is shown both in the time domain and frequency domain (spectrum) on a VGA display. The spectrum is also shown on a 30 color LED string.
The ZYBO Smart Car is powered by Digilent ZYBO featuring Xilinx Zynq technology. It is one of the item in Zrobot line, the educational kit solely developed by Digilent China. We featured it in another blog post the other day.
The Basys3 object tracking demo created by Digilent China tracks an object via its camera. The Basys 3 Artix 7 FPGA board first memorizes the object, and then once we move it, the camera will follow it. The board is a locked version of Xilinx Vivado® Design Edition.
Come and see us in Hall 1 Booth 1-208. You can see our powerful NetFPGA-SUME, which features one of the most largest and complex FPGAs ever produced, a Xilinx Virtex-7 690T, build in collaboration with Cambridge and Stanford University. You can also learn more about our new products to come.
If you can’t join us, check back later for updates on our blog.