"While deveolping code for the AXIOM Beta, we wanted to have an inexpensive, working development platform. This lead to the creation of the AXIOM Micro, which uses an FPGA SoC of the same family (Xilinx Zynq) but is implemented using much lower costing components. Naturally with a budget image sensor, and when compared with the Micro's inspiration (AXIOM Beta, overall image quality is greatly reduced, however, AXIOM Micro isn't intended for film-making and photography but, rather, for exploring and expanding on ideas and concepts regarding software or hardware that could, ultimately, be implemented into AXIOM Beta Firmare etc." - vup & anuejn.
To reduce work, most parts of the AXIOM Beta's software should be used. Only the bitstream should be a custom development as this doesn't have to be up-streamed.
To develop the PCBs, simply clone this repository with:
git clone --recursive https://gitlab.com/anuejn/axiom-micro-hardware
Then simply use Kicad to edit the schematics and PCB.
Warning: This Project uses submodules. when you clone without
--recursive Kicad wont find some libraries!