Contains a linear scale in which the frequency is displayed with an color LED dot which is an integral part of the WS2812 LED strip.
The goal of this project is to demonstrate the capability of HLS in designing a digital clock system.
It can be controlled through Google Assitant, Webpage, Bolt mobile app, and also it is capable of self-controlling its movements.
The very easy way to control led rgb ws2812b with WLED app and ESP8266 based microcontroller Wemos D1 Mini
Let's Dance, put on your red shoes and dance the blues
Line Follower Robot using Arduino UNO, IR sensor and L298 motor driver
Making a smart tap for viruses
This project implements a digital dice roller on Basys3 board using HLS.
Designed a machine in which the user can dispose plastic and metal waste and redeem points to collect rewards by scanning the QR code.
The autonomous device will send the vehicle position to the android app with time and will show the location on google maps.
A smart scarecrow on the field to keep a track of climatic condition. For need of irrigation/pesticides a drone will be sent to the field.
The autonomous bot racing to decipher a maze. Designed a wireless robot to self-navigate through a maze.
This project has implemented UART receiver, transmitter, and flexible Polar Encoder.
PLC with an HMI operator panel. System is able to be used with real automation objects. Showcased on miniaturized, fully-functional models.
To prevent the accident in advance and if accident occurs then there will be a prevention system to notify emergency services before time.
This mini-project shows how to display a floating-point number on 7-segments using C/C++ HLS.
How to make a greenhouse monitoring using pic microcontroller
A tutorial how to port Eclypse-Z7 to PYNQ, some IP synthesis and led blinking.
Using an example, this project demonstrates the impact of the combinational circuit design in HLS.
Simple communication system with lora E32 and Arduino, ideal for simple telemetry.
Automatic Water Bottle Filling System Project | Conveyor Belt
A digital clock completely built from scratch without any coding or microcontroller. Just by using only 74xx and 40xx series digital IC.
This project demonstrates the capability of high-level synthesis in describing digital systems by implementing a 0-9 Up/Down counter.
How to make a Car Speed Detector using Arduino and IR Sensor