There's no love lost between the Linux community in general and Nvidia. Kinda' ironic that, just last week, Linus Torvalds had this message for Nvidia: Linus Torvalds Gives Nvidia the Finger. Literally | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com
VIN P 3552 - 60 kWh with Supercharging, Green, Black Roof, Black Leather, Piano Black trim, Tech Package, Active Air Suspension, 19" Wheels.
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Did anyone ever ask Tesla for the Roadster open source?
The world loves to be deceived.
I know a guy who works at Nvidia with the chip design -- want me to ask him for info? He'd prolly be able to contact the appropriate people.
I'm just not sure what to ask. Last I pinged him about Tegra, he'd mentioned working on the Tegra 6 and Tegra 3 was such old news. He's also very sure to only release the info that is already in the public domain, and I wouldn't press for info that isn't already out there. (For instance he'll google the info before telling me anything. )
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FYI, no current automaker is using an Android-based infotainment system in their cars as of yet. Fisker Automotive will be the first to implement the technology in the 2nd generation Karma and the new Atlantic.
Not sure I remember heading they were dumping visteon (probably a good thing). Definitely don't remember hearing they were going android. Got a link?
Tidbid # 6: the rear view camera works when going forward (as was being demonstrated in some of the private test drives)
Tidbid # 7: the car produces a strange metallic, SF-like sound during full acceleration. Maybe only in the Performance-version (inverter)?
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