SparkFun, the Open-Source FPGA Foundation (OSFPGA) and QuickLogic are teaming up to sponsor a new contest based on the SparkFun QuickLogic Thing Plus – EOS S3 development kit. This tiny but incredibly capable platform combines SparkFun’s Thing Plus form factor and Qwicc® connect system with QuickLogic’s EOS S3 multicore MCU, embedded FPGA, and QuickLogic Open Reconfigurable Computing (QORC) open-source tools. The kit enables users to easily complement the embedded ARM Cortex M4F microcontroller and embedded FPGA on the EOS S3 SoC with a host of sensors and other peripherals. The fact that it’s fully supported by open-source development tools makes developing with the kit highly accessible to everyone.
The contest is generally open to individual developers and small development teams (up to five people). It’s super easy to enter. All you need to do is:
- Follow @SparkFun, @QuickLogic_Corp & @OSFPGA on Twitter
- Comment on SparkFun’s pinned tweet about the contest. Be sure to tell us how you would use the board.
- Retweet the original tweet.
Three lucky winners will be chosen at random to receive a free SparkFun QuickLogic Thing Plus – EOS S3 development kit.
Check out the rules.
More information about the SparkFun QuickLogic Thing Plus – EOS S3 development kit is available on the QuickLogic website.
To learn more about the Open-Source FPGA Foundation, visit OSFPGA.org.