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Just for fun - "Run" Vivado on A Chromebook


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Hey guys, I'm for Plunify, an FPGA EDA company. We recently made this website called AI Lab that lets you run Vivado on the cloud. So you can run this anytime, anywhere, on any machine with a browser. For the fun of it, we ran this on a Chromebook. Check out this video 

There are more details in our blog if you are interested.

Due to the volume caching/latency, starting Vivado for the first time is kinda slow, but once it has started, it is pretty lag-free (if you are in the US). This is just one of the various cloud-based workflow. Please let us know your feedback and your thoughts. Thanks in advance.

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