First Thoughts on the iCEBreaker FPGA

The iCEBreaker V1.0b. (📷: 1 Bit Squared)
An open source iCE40 FPGA development board for teachers and students. (📹: 1 Bit Squared)
A seven-segment display Pmod (top), and a DIP switch Pmod (bottom). (📷: 1 Bit Squared)
iCEBreaker V1.0a playing Nyan Cat video from on-board flash (📷: tnt)

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