As you learned in my last post, Digilent is sponsoring the 1st Annual WSU Hardware Hackathon, and we certainly couldn’t pull it off without them. In my last post I described the Hackathon and showed all the boxes of stuff that we got from Digilent. However, I didn’t show you what was inside of them, and I’m sure you’re all dying to know.
So, here are all the products Digilent is donating to the Hardware Hackathon. This, of course, doesn’t include the t-shirts and other random components that can be found around the office.
For those who want both an FPGA and the ARM cores, the truly ambitious competitors.
With its built-in WIFI module, the chipKIT WF32 is perfect for an Internet of Things-themed competition.
For the competitors who want a solid FPGA platform to build their project off of.
With displays, sensors, IC’s and much, much more, it provides a ton of options to start a project.
A full robotics kit. Although teams could use the whole kit, I suspect it will be taken apart for its components.
Because bedazzling never really went out style.
The most basic way to power your project.
To program the WF32.
To program the ZYBO and Basys 3.
The WF32 can handle up to 15 V!
In case you only need 5V.
Here is a picture of all the supplies in a big pile:
That’s a lot of things! I know that our competitors will do these products justice. For more information about the Hardware Hackathon visit hh.eecs.wsu.edu.