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Why Motion Blur Trivially Breaks Tone-Mapping
Re Twitter: Thoughts on Vulkan Command Buffers
Low Cost Branching to Factoring Out Loop Exit Chec...
CPU Threading to Hide Pipelining
Relative Addressing With XOR - Removing an Adder
"Forth" of July Reboot
Liddiard Omnidirectional Wheels
Omnidirectional wheels are one of the hardy perennials of the world of invention. There seems to be something about the prospect of effortless parallel p...
2 hours ago
Digilent Inc. Blog
High Five Robot
Eric explains details the inspiration behind his positively motivating project, along with instructions on how to get started making your own!
20 hours ago
FPGA CPU News
‘Computing on Programmable Logic’ at Microsoft Research Faculty Summit 2016
Yesterday I had the privilege of speaking on Computing on Programmable Logic (slides) in the ‘Computing with Exotic Technologies and Platforms’ session at ...
1 week ago
MicroCore Labs – Developers of ultra-small footprint, microsequencer based, embedded processor cores which include the 8051 ip core and 8086/8088 ip cores
MCL86 running on Spartan-6
I recently picked up a Spartan-6 FPGA board from ebay (for $32!) so I thought it would be fun to load the MCL86 core and wire it up to an IBM PC 5150. The...
4 weeks ago
Designing a CPU in VHDL, Part 14: ISA changes, software interrupts and bugfixing that BIOS code
This is part of a series of posts detailing the steps and learning undertaken to design and implement a CPU in VHDL. Previous parts are available here, and...
1 month ago
Gadget Factory | Open Source Hardware
Build Your Own Hexapod Robot with FPGA
Hello FPGA lovers! Today’s project is going to be a challenge on mainly 3 fronts. The Project at hand is to build a Hexapod Robot based on FPGA, and the ...
2 months ago
Making a C64/C65 compatible computer in an FPGA
On cycle count predictability and related things
Some folks have expressed their concern that this CPU redesign takes away from the genuine 8-bit computer feel of the MEGA65. My feeling is that it doesn'...
3 months ago