Here are some pictures from past work, projects and classes I’ve participated in.
Real-time “Green-Screen” effect using an FPGA. Written in the Verilog HDL, no software needed! I’m holding a green cloth and a picture I captured earlier is being piped into the bits that are determined to be with a certain color threshold. The cut off is because the SRAM I used to hold the stationary image was not large enough.
Interested in how to make that aforementioned SRAM work? Start with a proper state machine and everything else falls into place.
Sometimes, you just need to make your own development board…
To analyze the raw data coming in from 25 different wearable data loggers, I found it necessary to create a helper program/GUI to process and consolidate the data. This was written in Java. Why Java? It had been a while so I wanted to refresh myself. Plus, I like NetBeans.
Java GUIs aren’t my only experience. Here’s a picture of one I created using VB.net. This is part of a greater program that is used for analyzing x-ray beam vectors.
MatLab Skills? Yeah, I got those. This is just an illustration I made showing how an arbitrary vector can be described by its projections onto 3 standard axes.
Wire-wrapping of my first embedded design project. Start with the fundamentals and learn from the past. I’m going to stick with solder-less breadboards if I can.