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Free Software Magazine: Introducing the Open Graphics Project

Jul 19, 2006, 17:15 (2 Talkback[s])
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"One project that I've been following quite closely lately is a project started by chip-designer Timothy Miller, called the Open Graphics Project. His goal, along with the rest of the project, known as the 'Open Graphics Foundation' is to make a 3D accelerated video card which is fully documented, free-licensed, and open source.

"The original focus was on the thorough open specifications, when he started the project with his employer (an electronic hardware manufacturing company, TechSource), but as the project has since moved to full community support, the project has become a model of free-licensed open source hardware development, with FPGA Verilog scripts, specifications, and, now, printed circuit board layouts that are all available under the Gnu GPL..."

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