See Quake III Played On A Raspberry Pi – Ubergizmo

See Quake III Played On A Raspberry Pi Ubergizmo See Quake III Played On A Raspberry Pi I remember when Quake III was first released, and back then 17” monitors were the norm, and playing it on a 19” monitor blew my mind away with the Riva TNT2 GPU, as I zipped through The Longest Yard at high

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How To Play Quake (Again) On Your Raspberry Pi – TechCrunch

How To Play Quake (Again) On Your Raspberry Pi TechCrunch A month ago, the folks at Raspberry Pi announced that they now had access, thanks to Broadcomm, to an open driver for the BCM21553 cellphone processor chip. This meant that DIYers now had complete access to the board and would be able to access the

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Raspberry Pi pays $10k to Quake 3 porting punter – Inquirer

Muktware Raspberry Pi pays $10k to Quake 3 porting punter Inquirer “To celebrate, we offered a $10k prize to the first person to port this codebase to the BCM2835 application processor that sits at the heart of the Raspberry Pi , and to get Quake 3 (which already runs on the Pi) running on the newly open ARM driver … Quake III on a Raspberry Pi with Open Source driver Muktware Run Quake III on a Raspberry Pi with new open-source graphics driver Liliputing all 7 news articles

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Quake III bounty: we have a winner!

At the end of February, Broadcom announced the release of full documentation for the VideoCore IV graphics core, and a complete source release of the graphics stack for the BCM21553 cellphone chip. To celebrate, we offered a $10k prize to the first person to port this codebase to the BCM2835 application processor that sits at the heart of the Raspberry Pi, and to get Quake 3 (which already runs on the Pi) running on the newly open ARM driver, rather on the closed-source VPU driver. Our hope was that the ported driver would be a helpful reference for anyone working on a Mesa / Gallium3D driver for VideoCore IV

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