Growth transform neuron models provide a neuromorphic approach for implementing well established machine learning algorithms while producing neural and population dynamics similar to what have been observed in biology, for example, spiking, bursting and noise-shaping . In this demonstration, we will show some of these dynamics in real-time using an FPGA based acceleration platform that implements a network of growth transform neurons. The demonstration setup (Fig 1) will consist of a custom printed circuit board (PCB) that will interface to a laptop display for real-time display. The PCB will host a USB module, a Spartan 6 field programmable gate array (FPGA), and a VGA adaptor such that it will be possible to output the VGA signal to an external monitor. The FPGA will implement the spiking support vector machine (SVM) using growth transform neuron models in the same manner as described in the appended paper. The inputs to the FPGA will include the network interconnection (synaptic) matrix and will correspond to a SVM kernel matrix. These parameters can be programmed using a laptop as shown in Fig.1.