Reliability and precision are very important in space, medical, and industrial robot control applications. Recently, researchers have tried to increase the reliability and precision of the robot control implementations. High precision calculation of inverse kinematic color based object recognition, and parallel robot control based on field programmable gate arrays (FPGA) are combined in the proposed system. The precision of the inverse kinematic solution is improved using the coordinate rotation digital computer (CORDIC) algorithm based on double precision floating point number format. Red, green, and blue (RGB) color space is converted to hue saturation value (HSV) color space, which is more convenient for recognizing the object in different illuminations. Moreover, to realize a smooth operation of the robot arm, a parallel pulse width modulation (PWM) generator is designed. All applications are simulated, synthesized, and loaded in a single FPGA chip, so that the reliability requirement is met. The proposed method was tested with different objects, and the results prove that the proposed inverse kinematic calculations have high precision and the color based object recognition is quite successful in finding coordinates of the objects.