Rendering 3D Graphics on a 32×32 RGB LED Matrix Display with a Raspberry Pi and GeeXLab
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What's New in this version:Added some more information (such as max. texture size, max. uniform vectors, etc), and improved the UI.OpenGL-ES Info lets you view relevant information about your device's OpenGL-ES implementation. The data includes:- all available display configurations- available EGL extensions- vendor, version & renderer strings- all supported extensions, both for GL-ES 1.x as well as 2.xUsing the sharing option, the results can be sent by email, stored on your Dropbox account, or shared via any app that accepts plain text input.