Posted on 24/01/2017 by Tomeu Vizoso
Last month I gave a short talk about the Chamelium board from the ChromeOS team, and thought that the slides could be useful for others as this board gets used more and more outside of Google.
If you are interested in how this board can help you automate the testing of your display (and not only!) code and hardware, a new mailing list has been created to discuss its uses. We at Collabora will be happy to help you integrate this board in your CI lab as well.
Thanks go to Intel for sponsoring the preparation of these slides and for allowing me to share them under an open license.
And of course, thanks to Google's ChromeOS team for releasing the hardware design with an open hardware license along with the code they are running on it and with it.
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