Texas Instruments recently (Nov 18 2013) released the alpha version of the SDK 5 for the SGX530 3D engine that is built in to the BeagleBone (black). The 3D engine interface is special since it is one of the few parts (only part?) that is closed source and so the community is dependent on TI to provide the binaries.
The PowerVR SGX530 boasts a 200MHz OpenGL ES 2 compatible engine from Imagination Technologies. As of this writing there is are no drivers for any window system, neither X nor Wayland, but there is always the option of using the framebuffer directly. People from Texas Instruments have promised that they will be focusing on getting DRM dupport for this working in the near future, so hopefully there will be both full DRM support (needed by Wayland) as well as X drivers.
SGX SDK 5-alpha for BeagleBoard kernel
The SGX SDK is linked to the TI-kernel which is similar to the BeagleBoard kernel but not the same. It was quite a lot of work getting the SGX SDK compiling with the BeagleBoard kernel, but if anyone is interested, the package is hosted in the Thing printer package feed: http://feeds.thing-printer.com/feeds/v2013.06/ipk/eglibc/beaglebone/ This also requires upgrading the Kernel to 3.12. A suitable kernel is also present in that feed.
I’ve also written some notes on how to compile and upload the package manually: http://wiki.thing-printer.com/index.php?title=SGX_SDK_5_Alpha
There is a patch set needed for building the SDK against the BB kernel. It’s included in the BB-sgx repository.
Note: This is an experimental build with quite a few quirks. Make sure you have an sd-card available for unborking it.
Here is the 3D package and release notes from TI:
Here is a getting started guide from TI: