Drives two displays in parallel with gauges. Very low memory footprint thanks to fragmented frame buffer.
William Hohl is ARM’s Worldwide University Relations Manager, he talks about what ARM does for universities worldwide, for students to learn to work on ARM technologies, working on curriculum and tools suggestions and standardization.
Konstantinos Margaritis is a Senior Software Engineer at San Antonio based Genesi, he talks about how Genesi is pushing Linaro forward to recompile all the apps and everything around Linux to use hard float, to re-optimize floating point applications on ARM Powered Desktop/Laptop designs. Watch this video interview to find out how Genesi is doing these software optimizations on Debian for the i.MX51 and i.MX53 platforms in their ARM Powered Smartbook designs. How soon are ARM Powered laptops going to have enough performance optimizations in them to demonstrate that ARM is fast enough to power Desktop/Laptop designs so that every consumer can be satisfied with the performance?
iWave Systems makes Freescale based PCB designs and software optimization.
Using Freescale’s Sensor Fusion solutions, the accelerometer and some algorithms can improve the magnetometer as so-called e-compass, an improved compass that knows in which direction you are heading, speed things up for augmented reality, and any application that requires the compass.
Connect your Freescale board to your PC through USB for debugging.
Canonical shows their new standard user interface. What do you think about Ubuntu’s Unity interface?
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This is my first flight on the worlds most awesome biggest passenger airplane ever made. It’s awesome, smooth, big, confortable, smooth, there is space for 530 passengers on this one, it can be configured to have up to 800 something passengers, check it out.