02-10-2021 02:43 AM
02-10-2021 02:49 AM - edited 02-10-2021 02:55 AM
If you can grab the serial data (from webcam) from the USB interface then yes, you can in principle.
However the spartan-6 LX45 FPGA board has a USB 2.0 i/f.
These spartan-6 boards might be more interesting and adapted for real time video processing.
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02-10-2021 04:01 AM
thanks for your reply @dpaul24
I have spartan-6 LX-45 FPGA and yes it has USB port but do not know it is compatible with USB camera or not.
For garbing serial data I need USB driver for FPGA. if you know how to interface USB port in FPGA share with me
02-10-2021 04:16 AM
If your camera looks like a keyboard or a mouse, maybe...
As you can see, your USB is not interfaced to the FPGA. It goes to an MCU. You may probably change its software to read from a camera (that's a question for a Microchip forum). Then next problem is how to transfer images to the fpga. Honestly, with just 1 line and clock I don't think you can do much real-time stuff.