I have been looking into getting the new Raspberry Pi 2 hooked up to the DK2, so far in vain.
The state of affairs is the following:
both packages (the jericho SDK and weston-rift) did compile sucessully for the new Raspberry Pi 2 on ArchLinux
I got X installed, incl. dev tools
I can start X and I see the minimal desktop with three xterm windows
i can start weston from an xterm command line, yet the weston-launch,weston-flower,etc. all fail because of a missing parameter in libinput
Weston starts up an additional window, yet the graphics are fugly, striped and simply not right. I see a part of a desktop onto which I can spawn further terminal windows, but it is unuseable.
That's where I am at right now. Weston for the rift doesn't start up.
Has anyone more information on this? I am trying to use a Raspberry Pi 2 board as a cheap VR video player in order to multiply the output of a master HMD for other clients to see (incl. applying their local headrotation). The idea is to have the master encode an h264 video stream in realtime, multicast it, and have that stream play back on a VR canvas by the clients, thus alleviating a bit the motion sickness induced by the fixed view of the master HMD.
Any help or insights are much appreciated.