The MPU-6050 is a venerable but still very useful 6-DoF MEMS Gyro and Accelerometer.
It interfaces over I2C, commonly used with a microcontroller or a linux system.
I wanted to use it with my 1 yo ULX3S, and found a nice published VHDL project that I translated to verilog and built using the yosys+nextpnr toolchain.
The result is workable. The code is not easy to hack but is interesting to me as a neophyte veriloger: it is built as a single module, with a huge switch based on a single counter, so you can see explicitly the toggling of the SCL (clock, I2C is a master clock driven interface) and the SDA, data, lines.
It actually worked fine with 25 MHz, I did not check what the rate is, just a very basic ax -> leds. Great things are planned for this, wishing for a smile from the god of side projects.
To produce the above image, build: