[PD] GEM on Raspberry Pi

Federico Camara Halac camarafede at gmail.com
Sat Dec 9 22:13:39 CET 2017


I have tried Gem on the Pi3 and it works. I did not try Gem *completely*
because I had no time, but did not encounter major issues other than video
capture. I could not use video capture since it overworked the CPU.
However, accessing the video feed with openCV (not through Gem) gave *very*
reasonable CPU usage (while doing Face Tracking, for example). I am not
sure why I encountered such a difference, but I just couldn't use Gem for



On Sat, Dec 9, 2017 at 4:01 PM, IOhannes m zmölnig <zmoelnig at iem.at> wrote:

> On 12/09/2017 09:36 PM, Jim Ruxton wrote:
> > I am wondering what is the current best option of using Gem on the Pi 3.
> > Would I be best to use Purr Data?
> > or Vanilla PD?
> i think this is the wrong question.
> Gem on the rpi is kind of limited as it (Gem) depends on openGL and the
> rpi provides openGL-ES (though there *are* experimental (still?) drivers
> for openGL as well).
> this is quite independent of purr data, pd-vanilla or whatever.
> gfmdasr
> IOhannes
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