This screencast shows how to get started with the Papilio Infrared Wing connected to the Papilio Platform FPGA development board.
An example Arduino sketch captures an IR remote control command, saves it in memory, and sends the IR command back out on command.
Also demonstrated is how easy it is to move an Infrared Wing between Wing Slots. This is unique because what is actually being done is that the PWM output, which is static and unmovable on the Arduino, is being dynamically moved to any pin on the FPGA. This provides great flexibility to move Papilio Wings to wherever they are needed and allows up to 6 Papilio Wings to be connected at once.
For more information visit the Papilio Infrared Wing project page at www.GadgetFactory.net