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The Hello FPGA Kit Giveaway

In partnership with Microchip

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Giveaway Overview

The Hello FPGA kit is a compact-sized and entry-level platform targeted towards end-users with low-to-medium FPGA knowledge. The kit supports powerful demos in image processing, signal processing, and artificial intelligence, and it can measure the live FPGA core power consumption while running designs. Additionally, the FPGA kit allows users to freeze the design while maintaining the i/o state for low power applications, using Flash Freeze mode.  

 

Features

  • The Artificial Intelligence demo uses parallel processing to do real-time, hand-written digit recognition

  • The Digital Signal Processing demo creates FIR/FFT filters 

  • The Power Monitor GUI shows how fast the instant-on wake-up time is while displaying the power consumption for both operational and Flash Freeze modes

 

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24 Comments
  • Drew James November 11, 2020

    I am working on a smart tool design.  Something to monitor tool status while cutting, measuring heat, vibration, wear, chatter and location during manufacturing. So fare the Embedded device I have used lack the processing power.

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    gordonmx November 12, 2020

    This kit looks like an interesting way to learn about FPGAs

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    mariadelca November 12, 2020

    FPGA’s are the next step up for me

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    lesaf61 November 12, 2020

    Sang et to get in To AI avoir a qui le how, this is my chance

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    lesaf61 November 12, 2020

    Want to get into AI ,now this is my chance

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    osrodas November 12, 2020

    The idea of having access to this kit will be to test it for later use in my teaching class projects and to promote the university I work for to acquire it for laboratories.

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    Marv77 November 12, 2020

    I have some potential applications for FPGA boards; this sounds like a very good way to get on board with this technology.

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  • bus191 November 12, 2020

    FPGAs look like a great way to teach electronics, Logic, encoding & decoding, state machines and low level programming.  All without buying several dozen 7400 parts for the students.  It would also introduce them to the potential of using FPGAs.

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    Gzwa November 12, 2020

    Always looking to learn more.

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  • Perry Ogletree November 13, 2020

    FPGA design is a weak spot I’m eager to fill!

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  • Benoît Morrissette 1 November 13, 2020

    I am retired and now i have a lot of free time to learn more about the working of computers!

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    GdeB November 13, 2020

    The platform is powerful. I would use it to make a security system identifying moving objects in real time, logging the events and sending alerts when appropriate. It would match known people/objects and send alerts when unknown ones are detected.

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    ralphjy November 13, 2020

    I’ve never tried a Microchip FPGA.  Looks like a great way to learn about them and create a useful ML camera at the same time.

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    JimK November 13, 2020

    I would like to use my camping trailer backup camera connection to make a smart rv camera that also integrates other features.  Level measurement, turn radius prediction, wireless transmission.

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    scotty1945 November 14, 2020

    I hold a BSEE. I am a lifelong learner who works in embedded hardware and software, DSPs, C/C++/Python programming and scripting, Real time systems, system modeling, and Test Equipment. Lately, I’ve been studying Tiny ML and I believe the FPGA kit would make a nice platform for interesting applications.

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    Vamsi0017 November 14, 2020

    FPGA is a excellent product with artificial intelligence it will rock the world

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  • Hommood Alrowais November 15, 2020

    Pot hole detection!

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    ernie33video November 16, 2020

    FPGA tec is great for testing & development tools for censors & SDR

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    Abdou007 November 18, 2020

    This kit looks like interesting especially when it can be connected with arduino.
    Looks like very interesting introduction to FPGAs.

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    MarioGon November 18, 2020

    FPGA, the future of embeded systems !

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  • Cris Thomas November 24, 2020

    I am working on smart ADAS using vision accelerated by FPGA

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  • Jiss Joseph November 24, 2020

    FPGA based smart voice recognition

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  • srimanth_tenneti November 25, 2020

    I am doing an interesting project where I am implementing the old processors like 4004 , Z-80 on FPGAs. It would be really interesting to implement them on this

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  • srimanth_tenneti November 25, 2020

    I am working on implementing a vector processor on an FPGA. It would be really interesting to use this board

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