Win up to $500! Our friends at The Mathworks are challenging students to create an original video that shows how you can connect Simulink to hardware. Simulink models can now run directly on the open development BeagleBoard platform based on TI ARM Cortex A8 Processor. Leverage Beagleboard’s active community of thousands of developers to discuss design challenges!
BeagleBoard-xM delivers GHz performance and extra memory with 512MB of low-power DDR RAM, enabling students to explore uncharted territories, dream big and make an impact on the world around you.
If you have wanted to replace PC functionality with a small, low power handheld form-factor in your designs, now working with the Simulink software you can do that on TI technology with ease... and win $500 bucks while you’re at it!
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