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Monday, October 21 • 11:15am - 12:00pm
Virgil3D - Virtio Based 3D Capable GPU- Dave Airlie , Red Hat

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QEMU has long been missing the capability to provide 3D rendering capabilities to guest OSes. The Virgil3D project aims to to provide a virtual GPU device that can be used by guest OSes to provide OpenGL or Direct3D capabilities. The host side of the device will use OpenGL on the host to render the command stream from the guest. The command stream will be based on the Mesa project's Gallium3D framework, using similar states and shader encoding.


Dave Airlie

Enterprise Kernal Graphics Maintainer, Red Hat
Dave Airlie is the kernel graphics maintainer looking after various parts of the Linux kernel associated with video drivers. He works on X.org and Mesa projects as a major contributor to graphics driver development. He is currently employed by Red Hat in Brisbane as the enterprise kernel graphics maintainer. He recently started a quest to provide a virtual 3D capable GPU called virgil.

Monday October 21, 2013 11:15am - 12:00pm
Edinburgh Suite

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