IBM released the OpenCL Development Kit for Linux on Power v0.3 and is available via alphaWorks. This updated offering is a fully conformant implementation of the OpenCL 1.1 specification. Other features of this release include a fully conformant implementation of the double precision extension, 32- and 64-bit atomic extensions, 64-bit application support, debugging improvements, as well as various performance improvements including full IBM POWER7* exploitation.
The new version of music creation software FL-Studio contains a brand new OpenGL powered music visualizer called "ZGameEditor Visualizer" based on the free open source ZGameEditor engine. It comes with over 40 built-in effects that can respond to the music in various ways and it also allows you to create your own effects and share with others. Other features include using video to texture 3d-objects and publish your videos to YouTube.
CMSoft brings to developers the new GLRender tool in OpenCLTemplate that automates the creation of an OpenGL scene coupled with a derived OpenCL context.
DMP is proud to announce two all new OpenGL ES programming training courses. OpenGL ES programming training I and II will run May 19 - 20 and May 26 - 27 2011. Complete details are available online for the Training I and Training II courses in english, and in Japanese.
Qualcomm has licensed SRS Labs’ industry-leading audio APIs, including SRS’ OpenSL ES and OpenAL audio API solutions for mobile devices. “This agreement with Qualcomm is a significant step forward in cementing our worldwide leadership in mobile audio enhancement solutions,” said Bob Lyle, managing director of global business development for SRS Labs, Inc.
GDC was a beehive of activity with companies madly competing for attention. The Khronos Group was no exception, as they had a large presence this year at GDC. GFXSpeak discusses the changing tide. "The mobile gaming market is growing fast, enabled by smart phones and devices that are getting smarter with every turn of the Moore’s Law crank. The new processors including Nvidia’s Tegra, the Imagination-fueled OMAP processors and Intel’s coming Medfield; Freescale, Marvell, and others all do 3D as a matter of course. There’s a sea change coming in the next 24 months as these new processors enable 3D content." Read the complete article at GFX Speak.
AMD is collaborating with leaders across technology industries to help enable the next generation of computing experiences, from enhanced videos and collaborative conferencing to high performance computing. Join us at the inaugural AMD Fusion Developer Summit, June 13-16, 2011 in Bellevue, Washington to get the tools and insights you need to help lead the growth of heterogeneous computing.
John Bohannon and George Michael Brower have put together a stunning display of data using WebGL.
Mozilla has launched a showcase website called Web O'(pen) Wonder. There are some well done WebGL examples as well as other HTML5 demonstration pages. Some of the pages require Firefox 4 specifically, where as most of the examples simply require a WebGL enabled browser.