Is it possible to answer who's going to be expected to make the ones for the Pi 2 for Windows 10 ?pranishk wrote:You are correct that for Raspberry Pi 2 you would need to build ARM binaries.
Not by me, no, as per my original post, I cannot get Simon's work to operate on the Pi 2.ghans wrote:Those values are not achieved by using Simons work , are
My understanding was a playable framerate of fps 125 at 1920x1080.joan wrote: The requirement for the prize was a working port, not a fast working port.
I'm not convinced since it won the prize.ghans wrote:Simon Halls driver
1) was only a quick proof-of-concept
2) is actually way slower than the closed-source one which
has worked nicely since 2011 - the picture of 120 fps
is completely unrelated and older than the Pi