OpenGL ES on the Raspberry Pi

The OpenGL driver for the Raspberry Pi 2 and 3 is awesome, but today I disabled it for a little bit. I began looking at the OpenGL ES power the Raspberry Pi had already!

First, Open up the terminal and type:

sudo apt-get install mesa-utils

glxgears

The program should run at around 3o FPS.

glestestraspberrypi

Next, run the glxheads program with the following command:

glxheads

glxheadsonraspberrypi

You can play a lot of basic 3D Games as well!

Enjoy!

Epic Chas Gamer 🙂

 

 

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About Epic Chas Gamer

I am a computer programmer who can create a mobile app for your website. I am also a Raspberry Pi expert and modern gamer, with Minecraft as my favourite. I develop ECG SeaSurf, a web browser only just released, crafting the future. The project is available for Windows and a BETA Linux version at coolchasgamer.wordpress.com/ecg-seasurf-unstable. I will also be voicing Shield Evil in "ECG Sir Wolf's Castle", as well as Chas and a few others. I don't own Red Button but I contribute to it. UPDATED ON 1st March 2017, at 8:06 😎😎

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