@Sylphox It's kind of liked an Arduino, but the FPGA processor is configurable, kind of like a soft processor. For instance, I'm interested right now in the RISC-V architecture, and there are open source implementations of RISC-V processors. It's really expensive and hard to have your own chips made in silicon, so I could just run it on the FPGA instead with this and have a RISC-V based Arduino-like board that's compatible with Adafruit's Feather ecosystem.

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