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Project Summary

The project develops a stand-alone device in a small form factor that is capable of rendering MilkDrop-esque visuals effects in real time, with a high level of interaction with many sensors and using live audio and video streams as a base.
Open source components and design tools have been developed or used as much as possible. A system-on-chip implemented in a FPGA has been chosen for meeting this goal at the IP core level.
The flexibility of the FPGA enables advanced users to modify the design, and also permits compact integration of many interfaces (MIDI, OSC, DMX512, analog sensors, video inputs), making Milkymist™ a platform of choice for the mobile VJ.
The design is also highly modular and documented, making the code easy to re-use in other open source system-on-chips.

Tags

demo demoscene effects electronics embedded embeddedlinux embedded_systems fpga graphic hardware linux live livecode livecoding mico32 milkdrop motion opencores openhardware opensource performance realtime rendering risc soc spartan spartan3a special_effects synthesizer system-on-chip uclinux verilog veriloghdl video videojockey virtex visual visualization vjing wishbone xilinx

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C
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shell script
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9 Other
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30 Day Summary

Oct 6 2016 — Nov 5 2016

12 Month Summary

Nov 5 2015 — Nov 5 2016