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    FPGA-Based Christmas project

    Hi guys, can u suggest some easy FPGA-Based Christmas projects?

    P.s. i am not a good verilog programmer. this is just for our final project

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    Re: FPGA-Based Christmas project

    That is an overly open ended request...

    Simple could be nothing more than a counter and an led that flashes in Morse code "Merry Christmas", or maybe creating a hardware implementation of a text overlay of "Merry Christmas" on an HDMI source would be easy for you to implement.

    We have no clue as to what abilities you have or do not have. If you aren't good at Verilog are you good at VHDL? If you aren't good at either can you use Vivado HLS and write your code in C++?.



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    Re: FPGA-Based Christmas project

    1. Sell FPGA Board
    2. Use money from selling FPGA to buy christmas lights and decorations and presents
    3. ????
    4. Profit (from christmas joy)



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    Re: FPGA-Based Christmas project

    Configure all IO as outputs. Connect outputs to ground. Place tinder, then kindling, then Yule log on top of FPGA. Drive all outputs high. Enjoy warm, crackling fire.



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