While this is a great concept, its current status and the hardware/price ratio really makes this suitable for just open-source purists or those having hobbies into FPGA programming. At least, unlike the Open Graphics Project, Michael Meeuwisse had at least hardware to show for this project less than six months old. More information on this ultra low-end open-source graphics card is available from their project website.
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