I wrote a post about ExaGear Desktop a while ago where I looked at using it to run some basic X86 apps on a Raspberry Pi. It looked interesting, but I lost access to the Raspberry Pi 3 I was using to test it so I was unable to do too much with ExaGear.
However, with the release of ExaGear Desktop 2.0, I have my own Raspberry Pi 3 to play around with so I can give it some decent testing.
ExaGear Desktop 2.0 gives users the power to run OpenGL applications on the Raspberry Pi.
What this means, is that you can now play x86 games on the Raspberry Pi, or even run some applications that require OpenGL on the Pi.