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Today run some tests and we decided to share our progress with you!

 

UDOO LVDS + HDMI

 

This video shows one UDOO QUAD driving two displays at the same time. On the left we have a LVDS screen (15,6″ – resolution 1366×768) which shows a H.264 video playback, while on the right we have a HDMI screen which shows a full HD realtime 3D render.

This is power!

 

UDOO Yocto Project

 

Our team has chosen to distribute Yocto file system with QT graphical interface to supply a concrete example of complete embedded system you can adopt in UDOO board.

There are a lot of advantage in choosing Yocto-Linux+QT:

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  • Fast booting;
  • Support to GPU and VPU;
  • Possibility to use a standard IDE (Eclipse, Qt Creator, etc) to create a power and complete user interface;
  • Flexibility and fast development cycle to create new application (or to modify an existing one to fit project specifications);
  • Support to GPU and VPU;
  • Full control of every feature of the target system you create (everything can be rebuilded from source);
  • Open Source License based on GPL;

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As stated in main Yocto Project web site: “The Yocto Project is an open source collaboration project that provides templates, tools and methods to help you create custom Linux-based systems for embedded products regardless of the hardware architecture.”

Yocto is free, easy to get started with, and powerful to work with. It combines the power of a linux-based O.S. with a complete and full documented development environment (including emulation, debuggers, Application Toolkit Generator, etc.). Moreover Yocto was born to support multiple architectures including ARM, PPC, MIPS, x86, and x86-64, to guarantee code portability. The project also provides an Eclipse IDE plug-in and a graphical user interface to the build system called Hob.

May the Source Be With You.

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