mesa 3d on Ben?

cenobyte at dragoncrypt.com cenobyte at dragoncrypt.com
Tue Nov 1 23:43:13 EDT 2011


 On Tue, 01 Nov 2011 11:21:05 -0500,  wrote:
> On Tue, 01 Nov 2011 01:37:22 +0400, Peter Zotov wrote:
>> Peter Zotov писал 01.11.2011 01:35:
>>> cenobyte at dragoncrypt.com писал 31.10.2011 21:49:
>>>> Thanks for the heads-up, if no one integrates this into OpenWRT, I
>>>> will for sure in my own image I'm working on. I did not find any
>>>> screenshots.
>>>>
>>>> Do you think this would perform better than opengles?
>>>>
>>>> I am essentially trying to build a studio-in-my-palm which 
>>>> includes
>>>> creative programs that are lightweight like csound, aseprite, 
>>>> povray,
>>>> jdkdrum, and, with some type of 3d, maybe a polygon modeller like
>>>> wings3d.
>>>>
>>>> Thank a lot.
>>>
>>> ...
>>>
>>> I am quite sure that fixed-point 3D libraries for embedded systems 
>>> do exist,
>>> but the interface certainly will not be compatible to OpenGL.
>>
>> Sorry, I just realized that the above paragraph is bullshit. OpenGL
>> ES does have
>> fixed-point API, and it is implemented in e.g. libfixgl[1]. The
>> latter works on
>> GP2X, so it will work on Ben as well, they're quite close by 
>> hardware.
>>
>>  [1]: http://libfixgl.sourceforge.net/
>
> WOW. This is almost better than I could've hoped for. Thanks for
> uncovering this!
>
>

 Seeing that the GP2x and its successors have 2 cpu's maybe that is a 
 hint as to where we should go with the new Nanonote?
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