Hello this is a newbie typing,
I am planning on to bulk order 100 RPis and 20 Nvidia Jetson TK1 Developer Boards.
Armed with the power of Nvidia Kepler GPU SOC on the Jetson TK1 running on Linux,
I should be able to link the TK1s to RPis with DHCP via GigE hubs or routers, right?
I am planning to use this cluster in many data and graphics Intensive Applications.
One example is, fetching data from NASA's small body database (via the internet) and embedding that asteriod or comet info into a 3D realtime solar system visualizer showing in a HDMI ready 4K display.
Another example (except it is data intensive), recording athospheric data such as (pressure, tempreature, and etc.) and displaying that info realtime on a graphical interface.
Could this be possible?
I've heard about hacking the OpenGL ES 2.0 on the Broadcom Videocore IV....
Is it possible for the daemon processes of one RPi be handled by the worker nodes?
Is supercomputing feasible with DHCP?
Has anyone tried out RPi compatibility for Jetson TK1 yet?
Jetson TK1 Link