Khronos Group News Archives

gDEBugger iPhone Beta Program launched - OpenGL ES

Graphic Remedy is proud to announce the upcoming release of gDEBugger for the iPhone platform. gDEBugger iPhone will allow OpenGL ES based application developers to enjoy advanced debugging and profiling capabilities, helping them reduce development time, deliver high quality applications and significantly improve graphic rendering performance. More information and for joining the gDEBugger iPhone Free Beta Program, please visit our website. Read More

Khronos at Siggraph 2009 - OpenGL BoF announced

Siggraph 2009 in New Orleans is fast approaching, and Khronos has started to update its events page. Just added are the date and time for the OpenGL Birds of a Feather (BoF) get-together at Siggraph 2009. Be sure to mark on your calendar Wednesday, August 5th 2009, between 4pm and 6pm in the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 264. Read More

Broadcom announces low power OpenGL ES 1.1/OpenVG 1.0 compliant personal navigation device on a chip

Broadcom announced a new low power Personal Navigation Device System on a Chip (PND SoC). The SoC solution combines a high performance GPS receiver and baseband, an ARM11 and OpenGL ES 1.1 and OpenVG 1.0 compiant graphics processor. This PNDoC provides the key components required to allow a more gratifying end user experience with the delays and chunky maps often associated with mobile maps. Read More

Tungsten Graphics makes available updates to Gallium3D with OpenGL ES and OpenVG state trackers

Tungsten Graphics, owned by VMWare, has made available a few software updates recently. With Gallium3D an OpenVG state tracker, two OpenGL ES state trackers helping accelerate OpenGL ES 1.x and 2.0 API's have been released. Read More

Leadwerks Engine Supports COLLADA

Leadwerks Engine now integrates the COLLADA file format into its content pipeline. Convert COLLADA .dae files to the Leadwerks Game Model Format (.gmf) or just load .dae files directly in the engine. Read More

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