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Gallium3D Workshop Videos, Slides Posted

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Published on 07 December 2009 02:58 PM EST
Written by Michael Larabel in Mesa
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Nearly a month ago VMware had hosted the first-ever Gallium3D Workshop at its headquarters in California for developers and users interested in this graphics driver architecture that will be predominately used on Linux. We had monitored this workshop and provided live coverage -- A Virtual Gallium3D Driver Coming For VMware and The State Of Gallium3D, Its Future, Etc -- but beyond that not much information was released about the conference. Today, however, the slides and video recordings from this Gallium3D Workshop are finally coming out.

Over at LunarG.com are the slides and video recordings available for download. However, as of right now this media is just available for the following talks: Overview and Motivation for the Architecture, Gallium3D Version 1 Components and Status, and Pipe Driver Overview. The slides/videos for the other fourteen talks that day pertaining to Gallium3D are still coming. This isn't light reading or watching for non-developers, but if you are interested in the Gallium3D architecture go over there and check it out.

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