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  1. Hello, I want to connect USB keyboard to Zynq Zybo board. But it takes USB OTG as input. I previously had a code which included ps2data and ps2clk signals. I am not sure about how to do this interface with Zybo board. Any help will be appreciated ! Thanks, Rohit
  2. Rohit

    Connect HDMI to ZedBoard

    Hello, Thanks for posting tutorials on your site. I am trying to connect HDMI to Zedboard using Vivado 2016 for first time. I am unable to see the output. Also I cannot download clean project. I am not sure about connections on board and software you used. Can you guide me for this? I am referring to http://hamsterworks.co.nz/mediawiki/index.php/Zedboard_HDMI_v2 Thank You,
  3. I finally got some time to design my own Color Invaders project, originally inspired by Hamster's own Colour Invaders project. I ended up writing a lot of my own code for it since I have a personal thing about using somebody else's code in it's entirety, although Hamster's code obviously has a heavy influence on it's overall construction (thank you for posting it!). This game is similar to the classic Space Invaders game, or more closely related to Casio's Number Invaders on the calculator, where you have a stream of incoming invaders of a variety of colors coming down the WS2812 LED strip and you have to adjust the color of your missile to match the color of the first invader via the PmodENC (a rotary encoder). You can check out how I made the project as well as a small video showing some of it in action at http://www.instructables.com/id/Color-Invaders/.