Flea Ohm is described as a compact, powerful yet easy-to-use FPGA development board built around a variation of the raspberry pi zero form factor. Flea Ohm is useful in applications ranging from robotics to retro gaming. Flea Ohm can operate standalone or as a co-processor ‘hat’ for a raspberry pi computer. In standalone mode, it also provides enhanced capabilities from it’s main GPIO header, including  (4) ADC inputs and (12) high-speed LVDS lanes. No FPGA development platform is complete without some equally cool working HDL examples to go with it. Among the HDL projects ported to my Ohm board such as Minimig (ECS Amiga core). You can fund the project on Indiegogo for just 45$.

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