Python-powered edge analytics and machine learning for electric drives.
Make Rock Paper Scissors game fairer.
I wasn't happy with the way the square waves sound, so I explored using other methods of generating sound waves with Arduino.
Part one of a project that will demonstrate the building of an FPGA/SoC-based hexapod robot.
Invisible intelligence unleashed for an invisible threat: Deploy the MAX32620FTHR with LoRa, PubNub, and more for IoT radiation sensing!
Light up three different LEDs using pulse width modulation corresponding to different ranges of analog input voltages.
A discussion about digital sound synthesis.
Concept with prototype for home automation that can be expanded to professional grade and production ready.
Our final project aims to simulate a whole banking system, storing the information with the help of the IoT.
A photoresistor can sense the subtle changes in light intensity caused by your blood to detect your heartbeat!
Learn about photoresistors and the process of characterizing their response to light intensity.
An R/C servo can be used to make a gauge to measure the intensity of light.
This time we learn Bluetooth RC Car
Exploring the signals behind Arduino's Servo library, and characterizing a servo's response to pulse width.
Build an analog theremin using only the Analog Discovery 2, the Digilent Analog Parts Kit, and your choice of an empty beverage can!
Set up an RGB LED to phase through the colors of the rainbow, or use twist knobs to make a custom color.
Use Python, OpenCV libraries and the PYNQ frame to implement the computer vision on Arty Z7-20 Xilinx Zynq SoC platform.
This getting started guide teaches you how to program Python on Digilent Arty Z7-20, the Xilinx Zynq Z7020 SoC platform.
Leveraging HLS functions to create a image processing solution which implements edge detection (Sobel) in programmable logic.
Arduino boards don't have analog outputs. But they do have a function called analogWrite. So what is it doing there?
Monitoring digital circuits can be difficult at best. Sometimes it's nigh impossible. But the Digital Discovery makes it easier!
Using an Arduino to toggle something like an LED light is simple in theory, but buttons don't always behave the way we think.
In this guide, I will show how to measure harmonics in signal with Analog Discovery 2 using FFT contained in Digilent WaveForms.
A simple calculator that operates on dozenal (base-12) numbers.
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