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  1. Hello, is there any image processing library that can be used for standalone applications on ZYBO? Thanks, Toni
  2. Hi, I'm trying the tutorial(, but it doesn't work. I create a project in Vivado 2016.2 and SDK 2016.2. So, may I have the sample project in vivado and sdk 2016.2? Thanks, TM-san
  3. Hi everyone! Today I present you another interesing project! This project is one application in SDSoC that contains a plugin architecture for standalone system. You can use this for develop interesting things, like an image or video processing platforms that you want add some filters without change the internal code. Into the project you can read how works. If you have doubts wrote here! Enjoy! See you soon!
  4. Hello everyone! I have been working on a jpeg encoder for Xilinx boards. Here you have the result. If you are seeking for one minimal JPEG encoder without opencv that you can run in Standalone embedded systems you have to look this: JPEG encoder Enjoy! See you soon!
  5. This problem is strange. I've been using the Coolrunner II for over 20 projects. I saw the Cmod S6 Dip format and thought I would give it a try. I started with a simple program and got an external LED to flash at 1 Hz on Pin 1. The demo that comes with it also flashes the on board Led at 1 Hz. I simply just duplicated that. So good so far. Now here's the strange thing, When I remove the USB connection and then reconnect it or add the 5 Vdc power from a separate power supply, the on board LED flashes but the external one does not. If you measure Pin 1 you will see a hard voltage 3.3 vdc when op