I have to make a project for my class. I must use a FPGA NEXYS4 DRR, and make a viscometer programing using VHDL, but the problem is that i cant do it in Vhdl, i add a file that i make in arduino, if someone can help me to make the program it will be very usefull.
Simply forget the Arduino program, because Arduino ist a platform that hides the tricky hardware. And on the FPGA you only do hardware. To implement all of the functionality from the Arduino program in a HDL description is a very challenging task for one never has done anything with an FPGA. Or did you do some simple exercises already? A LED flasher? A chasing light? Reacting on buttons? No? Start with the mentioned exercises. And at last control the chasing light (speed, direction, pattern) with buttons. Always(!!!) do a simulation prior to go on real hardware. Yes? You will have to split your exercise in several modules. I would do a module handling the LCD, one doing the interface to the sensor, one that calculates the values to be displayed, and a top-level module that handles the data stream.
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