Yummy new CPU/GPU combo
Carsten Haitzler (The Rasterman)
raster at openmoko.org
Fri Jun 6 04:49:22 CEST 2008
On Thu, 05 Jun 2008 13:04:27 -0700 Robert Taylor <robtaylor at tinsputnik.com>
at vga.. forget mame and games - they will be doing fullscreen updates. at
vga... no chance (of any decent framerate). if you don't believe me... try it
when you get one! :)
at qvga though - maybe. also a lot of arcade games are for qvga res... or older
ones are at least...
> You know, you are jokingly commenting about this ...
> ... but i'm fully setting mine up as a mame emulator.
> I think that while initially moko is positioned for the technically
> experienced, I believe we have a device here that can trully do
> something unique - become a portable general computing and gaming device.
> Why not? Why can't we have a moko with a fold out keyboard that can be
> pulled out and replaced with a game pad?
> This could seriously set the device apart and interest a lot of homebrew
> and small game shop developers because the playing field is so fair and
> level on this platform.
> I think gaming on the moko should be considered a VERY serious
> proposition indeed.
> - Robert
> Markus Bossert wrote:
> > Somehow I just remember how nice Tie Fighter looked on my computer
> > back in 1994 - or 1996? With a full fledged VGA resolution. And
> > gouraud shading.
> > Mhmmm.
> > If wine happens to run on the om? :-D
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