Making embedded graphics less special

Traditionally graphics drivers were one of the last hold-outs of proprietary software in an embedded Linux system. This situation is changing with open-source graphics drivers showing up for almost all of the graphics acceleration peripherals on the market right now. This talk will show how open-source graphics drivers are making embedded systems less special, as well as trying to provide an overview of the Linux graphics stack, de-mystifying what is often seen as black magic GPU stuff from outside observers.

Lucas Stach