In the midst of the worst health crisis, disturbing patriotism doctrines and a myriad of digital vices that became the gateway to the respect and love that we all crave, my brother recently gave us fulfilling reasons to celebrate The Great Life. Although the picture below is by itself mesmerizing, that unique moment captured requires a deeper explanation. What you’re seeing is myself and Marianna marrying André, un chevalier parfait, and Francine, la bella.
This is Praia do Quilombo, city of Penha, Santa Catarina.
Oculus Quest. It’s a cool step forward, no doubt: an all-in-one headset, with touch controllers, inside-out 6DOF tracking, no sensors, no wires, headphones and so on. Neat! I can’t wait to put my hands on it… but, there’s a but: “It runs rift quality experiences”, that’s Zuckerberg’s words. And they’re twice wrong. Rift device runs tethered to a PC, which is a x86 architecture based machine. The Quest will be running on a Snapdragon 8xx processor, which is a mobile processor, SoC architecture.
I’ve wrote an article about the new graphics platform for Chromium called Ozone-GBM. I particularly think that Ozone-GBM will play an important role next in Chromium and Linux graphics communities in general. I hope you enjoy the read :) Please share it. https://software.intel.com/content/www/us/en/develop/blogs/chromium-ozone-gbm-explained.html
Some state-of-the-art progress of the project we’re proudly working with: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EJB2pznc6iY
A few weeks ago we released Ozone-Wayland and now we’d like to detail for you the development process and strategy behind it… ah, and the title is not developing Chromium, the browser; it’s developing Chromium,** the project**! You will understand why next. communities There are three main projects involved in here: Chromium, Wayland and Ozone-Wayland. In Chromium, there is a very big and geek community that mainly produces Chrome browser and Chrome-OS.