QEMU and OpenGL.

3D acceleration landing in UIs and display devices.


Gerd Hoffmann <kraxel@redhat.com>

KVM Forum 2015, Seattle


vga: cirrus

vga: stdvga

set any video mode using xrandr


width="$1"; height="$2"
if test "$width" = "" -o "$height" = ""; then
	echo "usage: $0 width height"; exit 1

output=$(xrandr --query | awk '/ connected/ { print $1; exit }')

xrandr --query | grep -q -e " $mode "
if test "$?" != "0"; then
	ml=$(cvt $width $height | grep Modeline | cut -d" " -f3-)
	xrandr --newmode "$mode" $ml
	xrandr --addmode "$output" "$mode"

xrandr --output "$output" --mode "$mode"

vga: virtio

multihead, tablets and input routing

multihead and absolute pointing devices.

console/ui: Initial OpenGL support (qemu 2.4)

next steps for OpenGL support (qemu 2.5 ?)

Better OpenGL support for gtk (qemu 2.5 ?)

Headless OpenGL support

Intel vGPU integration

OpenGL remote display

Check it out