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If your device has an Internet connection and a browser, you need the kind of smart information display that Linux delivers so well. Our latest update pack is all about empowering graphical user interface (GUI) and human machine interface (HMI) designers to create rich graphics with a smaller footprint, faster performance, and lower power consumption than do-it-yourself (DIY) alternatives.
Optimized for Intel's EMGD driver on Intel Atom with Open GL and Texas Instruments' PowerVR driver on TI OMAP 3530 with Open GL ES, this pre-integrated hardware-to-middleware stack bundles popular graphics applications with the fastest graphic drivers around. Linux Standard Base (LSB) certification ensures compatibility with all LSB-compliant third-party applications such as Skype and Gmail.
Application developers and user interface designers agree that using QT increases productivity, reduces costs, and shortens time-to-market by up to 75%. This popular open source, cross-platform graphics development framework (version X11) is now optimized for embedded development and supported in Wind River Linux 4.
Now you can use Wind River Linux to create smart, compelling information displays. Use today's most popular graphics applications—such as QT, GTK, and Wind River Tilcon Graphics Suite—for fast, intuitive GUI design. Browse the GUI graphics gallery.