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I get ATI OpenGL ES sample for ATI Imageon 2300, but i don't know how to run it. It's error, run in my computer. In ATI OpenGL ES SDK, say: "The sample code below is written for an ATI Imageon 2300 based on a PCI-Bridge card. The PCI-Bridge card allows the Imageon chip to interface with code executed on a PC running Windows2K/XP. The code will be executed on the PC¡¯s CPU, but the graphics will be executed entirely on the Imageon 2300 chip. The results will be displayed on the QVGA LCD panel attached to the PCI-Bridge card." Who can tell me, what is "PCI-Bridge card"? If someone know, please give me a url. Thanks!

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I have got it!

http://brew.qualcomm.com/brew_bnry/pdf/events/brew_2004/aaftab_munshi_ati_optimizing_games_imageon.pdf

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Anyone else having crashes from that pdf? Both IE and firefox crashed for me... maybe time to make sure my plugin is up to date...

Anyhow, the PCI-bridge card sounds like a special PCI card which has the Imagion2300 onboard with a means to connect it to a small LCD panel. Its just a special graphics card intended to provide real target hardware.

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In the pdf(http://brew.qualcomm.com/brew_bnry/pdf/events/brew_2004/aaftab_munshi_ati_optimizing_games_imageon.pdf), there is a image for imageon2300 PCI-Bridge card.

I will to buy one, if i can find it.

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AFAIK, you can't buy them, but ATI will give them to qualified developers. I'm not sure what their criteria are, but I'd guess you have to have at least some track record as a commercial game developer (and if you're not, you really don't need one anyway).

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