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  1. Hello, I have been trying for a while to run this PCAM 5c demo example that is provided by Digilent on a Zybo z7-20 board: https://github.com/Digilent/Zybo-Z7-20-pcam-5c The demo uses Vivado 2018.2 version, however I have been trying to execute it on the 2019.1 version. I am very new to FPGA and VHDL. I followed all the steps mentioned in the demo perfectly and did not receive any error. Although, after opening the project in the 3rd step, a pop-up window informs that the project is of the older version and I checked the option of automatically upgrading the project to current version. After the project opens, there is another pop-up to Report IP, I tried both the options individually i.e. Report IP and Ignore. It did not give any error in any of the following steps. But, the screen displays just a moving colour pattern and I am not able to communicate to camera module via UART as suggested in the demo. To summarise, all the steps mentioned in the demo were performed but the camera module is not working. I am unable to see the UART communication channel. I also tried following the instructions to use digilent github demo projects: https://reference.digilentinc.com/learn/programmable-logic/tutorials/github-demos/start However, this uses the 2016.4 version. I used the SDK Handoff method and again faced the same problem. Kindly suggest possible solutions to make this demo work on 2019.1 version or tell me what have I been doing wrong. Thanks.
  2. Hello, I have been trying for a while to run this PCAM example that is provided by Digilent on a Zybo z7-10 board: https://github.com/Digilent/Zybo-Z7-20-pcam-5c/releases After spending significant amount of time looking for solutions, I have managed to fit the design on to the board (the initial example is for a zybo z7-20) by turning off the Debug module on the MIPI CSI-2 receiver module. I have successfully exported the hardware and managed to run the provided C++ code. Even though I am able to communicate with the camera module via UART, I can not seem to acquire any video output from it. All I get is a static noise pattern, despite of trying to pick different options from the C++ menus. I am able to see the resolution change and read out the camera's registers (which seem to be correctly set according to the libraries), but that's it. What could I possibly be doing incorrectly? I see the same pattern on a different monitor and have previously tested the hdmi output from the board both through plain VHDL and the IP integrator, via the test pattern generator. I do not see any errors apart from the negative slacks in Vivado, which is a known issue..
  3. Esti.A

    OpenCV and Pcam5-c

    Hi everyone, I am working in teh demo that was created by Digilent to get images from teh Pcam5-c that is connected by a MIPI CSI-2 interface to teh zybo z7-020 board. In this case, I was wondering if I decide to do the processing of the image (edge detection, enhancement of light,...) I would need to use SDx. I have seen that there are plenty of solutions in OpenCv but I dont know how the hardware proyect and the SDx project can be linked. Note, in this initial design I have teh initiallization od teh camara and platform in a C++ application file that I dont know how if I should export to sdx file and how does this interact with the platform. Anothr queation I have is that for interacting with the openCv set-up do I must use Linux ? Kind regards Esti
  4. vivado version :2018.2 Project source download from : https://github.com/Digilent/ZedBoard-FMC-Pcam-Adapter-DEMO/releases/download/v2018.2-1/ZedBoard-FMC-Pcam-Adapter-2018.2-1.zip?_ga=2.123110859.1144416419.1559024388-476519465.1556766573 In the SDK main.cc: 1.I manual add #define XPAR_MIPI_D_PHY_RX_NUM_INSTANCES 4. 2. how to define the XPAR_VIDEO_SCALER_A_DEVICE_ID ? 3.I choose random number to XPAR_VIDEO_SCALER_(A~D)_DEVICE_ID.It's show the errors, how to solve ? thank your much for your help
  5. Hello, I am using Vivado 2018.2 i downloaded "Zybo-Z7-20-Pcam-5C-2018.2-*.zip" demo project in original project "part" option is choosen then I created a new vivado project i choose "board" option and i created same block design with "Zybo-Z7-20-Pcam-5C-2018.2-*.zip" demo project. I inserted same IP blocks and made connections. I did synthesis and implementation succesfully but when i exported to SDK and i tried to boot from SD card (i used hello world template) i did not see anything on terminal but when i am trying to export original project to SDK not which i create, then i can see hello world message on Terminal. Why did i not see anything in my project but i saw in original demo project? what could possibly be the problem? Hoping to read from you soon Best regards
  6. nileshncsu

    PCam 5C

    How to use Pcam 5C with Raspberry PI 3+B? Thanks, Nilesh