- i am interested in purchasing a board to use for my robot.
well i guess i'll describe my situation first.
i'm a uc berkeley electrical engineering and computer science
undergraduate, and i wish to build a micromouse robot for competition.
the only experience i have with anything electrical came from my
digital design course using a xilinx fpga to make a cd player.
howerver FPGA's doesn't give me the flexibility of a high level
language (this is where tern comes in)
i would like to know if the tern boards are hard to use?
my intention is to interface a cmos camera to capture images and
analyze them using my algorithms i already implemented in matlab.
(ya...after three years of education i only know theory.... if you
ask me to build something i would stare at you blankly :-)
any advice or guidance would be appreciated!