Recreate a classic 8-bit computer from your past or implement a retro-computer of your own design using the TinyFPGA Computer Project Board. I've been wanting to build a computer using FPGAs for a long time and this project board pulls everything together for a first project.
Onboard is a USB-A connector for connecting USB devices, a 3.5mm stereo audio jack, VGA connector, PS/2 keyboard connector, micro SD card slot, 1 megabit SPI SRAM, and a small prototyping area for custom additions.
Hi Luke, sounds like a very interesting project for students and everyone who wants to learn FPGA programming. Do you have an idea of what architecture are you going to use at the core of it?