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The First Video is: Digital Alarm Clock



2) Calculator using 16x2 LCD and Keyboard:



3) PONG GAME:



4) Mario Bouncing on monitor;








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  1. i want to interface spartan3s400pq208 with pc using ft245bm usb device. do you have any related vhdl codes?

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    1. Hey buddy, ft245 is used for usb to fifo right? so you have to design a parallel protol for this. You can find it on opencores.org. feel lucky if you get. Else you have to design by your own.

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  2. Want to try some projects out. Can you post the codes to these projects? e.g. Calculator and Alarm Clock? Thanks.

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    1. Hey Buddy, I have posted code for Alarm Clock. Check the home page for latest projects..

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