evtouch aims at integration of pointer support for the Linux 2.6 event interface to X. It currently supports only very simple pointer events.
EZFB Linux Frame Buffer API
a polymorphic, object oriented Linux framebuffer API written in C, designed to adapt at run time to the requirements of any properly configured Linux framebuffer video system
Fujitouch is an Xorg touchscreen driver for the P-Series laptops from Fujitsu.
G4OSG is a graphics driver and examples for using OpenSceneGraph to render Geant4 simulations. The examples show basic OpenSceneGraph usage with Geant4, integration with Motif widgets, and integration with wxWidgets.
i740fb is an i740 framebuffer for Linux.
Lifebook B Series Touchscreen Driver
A touchscreen driver for the Lifebook B series which can only be used for kernel 2.6.
Mach64 video4linux2 is a video4linux device driver for older Mach64 TV tuner cards. It is very alpha, and has only been tested with a few cards: a 4 MB All-in-wonder capture card, a 2 MB ATI Rage II+ with an ISA add-on TV card, and an ATI Rage Pro video card with an ISA add-on TV card.
MSM/QSD Android Enablement Project
An open-source 2D/3D kernel driver for Qualcomm's OpenGL
ES graphics processor
Tiling and Isometric Lightweight Engine for Rotation (TILER)
is a hardware block made by Texas Instruments. Its purpose is to
organize video/image memory in a 2-dimensional fashion to limit memory
bandwidth and facilitate 0 effort rotation and mirroring. The TILER
driver facilitates allocating, freeing, as well as mapping 2D blocks (areas)
in the TILER container(s).
adds entropy data from video4linux devices to the kernel random driver
Video4Linux Loopback Device
The video4linux loopback device is a device driver which generates video pipes. It allows a user program to feed a video stream to another as if it were coming from an actual video device.
Zytouch Driver is a userspace driver for USB-connected projected capacitance touchscreens from Zytronic. It uses libusb to read data from the device, and the X11 XTest extensions to feed X events into the X server.