RISC-V is looking like a nice architecture, a nice openGPU to go with it would be nice.
There is a trend for GPU/NPU/VPU, ie hi speed multiple parallel VLIW acceleration cores.
Vision, neural network acceleration etc, one that could be multipurpose and even do video?
As Ultibo is based on Free Pascal, we might see Ultibo on RISC-V.
Ultibo sort of runs now on 3 CPUs and one QEMU.
The BCM2835,6,7 cpu's are different but the peripherals are the same.
The peripheral layer would need changing but probably a lot of that could come from Free Pascal and the embedded version?
https://ultibo.org/forum/viewtopic.php? ... 8&start=20
Ultibo 2.0 with the Videocore is lots of fun and I am still playing with just a few on it's capabilities.
The OpenVG is particularly easy as it does not even need a compiled C library file.
There is an extension that just plonks jpegs on screen, see example