Improved graphical information technology

In 2019 we worked with Jausoft to extend Jogamp JOGL to support initialization of the OpenGL graphics library directly from textmode on embedded Linux. To demonstrate this the following video show how an embedded hardware solution can initialize OpenGL directly at early startup with retained human input capabilities. This technology can be used to reduce startup time on a complex medical device and still have access to modern technology for graphical information display and user input.

The compact embedded device is using a custom power-board card designed by Zafena that provide stable and noise free power, ideal to power medical equipment. The Raspberry Pi 4 is rendering graphics using OpenGL, hardware accelerated, on the attached monitor.