The purpose of this lab is to design a VGA driver to display 256 different colors on a
monitor. Two timing signals are generated in this system, vsync and hsync to
synchronize the plotting of vertical and horizontal pixels, respectively. The color data of
each pixel is generated using an 8 bit counter whose first 3-bits are for red, next 3-bits
are for green and last 2-bits are for blue color data while the synchronization signals are
generated. This way, as the counter counts, 256 different color combinations are
displayed on the screen one after another. This counter is implemented on the FPGA
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I have done a similar project during my internship at Numato Labs ([login to view URL]). I have good experience in working with FPGAs and if given a chance i will do my best.