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Using verilog to build fully parallel neuron models including neuron dynamics, chemical and electronic synapses and STDP learning.
Spiking neurons simulated on FPGA
A board for ATmega 1284/644/32 MCU which interfaces easily to solderless prototype board.
ATmega prototype board
For 8-bit MCU, optimization of filtering requires tradeoffs between accuracy, ease of programming. and speed.
DSP on 8-bit microcontroller
A IR transceiver for less than $2. For short distance communication and low bitrate this is hard to beat.
Infrared packet for AVR microcontroller
A strobe light bright enough to stimulate certain behavioral modes in a fruit fly.Uses high-intensity LEDs.
LED Strobe using 555 timer
Artificial neural systems are useful teach biological instrumentation methods.
Model Neurons for Teaching
Analog computers are inherently parallel. Simulating on an FPGA gives a way to implement parallel solution of differential equations.
Simulating an analog computer on a FPGA
Chemical reactions can be modeled by counting individual molecules and and rolling the virtual dice to see if a reaction occurs.
FPGA Stochastic Chemical Reaction Simulation