Ahh, springtime. The sun is out, there’s a fresh breeze blowing, the scent of blooming flowers is in the air, birds are chirping, etc. etc. And the final FPGA projects from the spring 2013 semester keep coming in!
Today we’ve got a great one from Cornell University student Tian Gao, built using an Altera DE2 FPGA and some fancy hand-detection tech. Tian’s got the Altera FPGA capturing a video signal and detecting a player’s hand skin color. Tian says,
He calls his game creation Anti Tetris. Tian has documented the entire project here if you’d like to read up on the finer points of his efforts. This is some good work, and looks like it might actually be a bit of fun to play!
(via Hacked Gadgets)