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drawElements Launches Analysis Tools Improving Graphics Driver Quality

drawElements Ltd. launches the drawElements Quality Program for OpenGL ES 2.0, a unique system for benchmarking the quality of GPUs and their drivers, on the 16th of December at SIGGRAPH Asia in Seoul. The drawElements Quality Program (dEQP) score measures correctness, feature richness, precision, and stability, which is a clear difference from other GPU benchmarks focusing on rendering performance.

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WebGL Camp talk videos online—live streaming

If you missed the first WebGL camp, no worries, videos of the eleven talks are online. The videos cover O3D, GLGE, COLLADA, WebGL and Sirikata. WebGL #2 is just around the corner on December 14th 2010. There will be live streaming of the whole event so there's no missing it this time.

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Khronos Beijing DevU presentation slides now available online

The Khronos Group just wrapped up a DevU and press luncheon in Beijing. Presentations slides from all the sessions are now online. Some of the Khronos APIs covered at this DevU were OpenGL ES, OpenCL, OpenGL, OpenVG and OpenMAX and OpenSL ES by Vivante, ARM, Rightware, HUONE and NVIDIA. A complete schedule of events is available in our event archives.

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COLLADA 1.4 Schema reference card available for download

The COLLADA work group is pleased to announce the official COLLADA 1.4 Schema reference card. Described as a labour of love, this reference card is a must have for any COLLADA developer. Download the reference card now.

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OpenCL on the CPU and why it can be useful

A few advantages to using OpenCL on the CPU are that results are on the CPU for further processing, CPU-code can be mixed with OpenCL and specific algorithms can be processed faster because there is no PCIe-overhead. Streamcomputing has a closer look at at why you may find OpenCL on the CPU useful for your own work.

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AMD intros new OpenCL Book at Khronos DevU at Tsinghua University

AMD to hand out free copies of their newly-published book "OpenCL programming on AMD CPU/GPUs" at the Khronos DevU on December 8th, and the December 9th Conference and Lunch. Errata: We had previously stated the book would be handed out at SIGGRAPH ASIA. In fact the book will be handed out at the Khronos DevU at Tsinghau University On December 8-9 2010.

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CMSoft releases Discrete Fourier Transform using FFT and OpenCL

CMSoft presents an easy-to-use powerful tool to compute the Discrete Fourier Transform using the Fast Fourier Transform algorithm with OpenCL, both single-precision and double-precision. Source code containing examples is available.

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DMP announces two new OpenGL ES Programming Courses for January 2011

DMP is proud to announce two all new OpenGL ES programming training courses. OpenGL ES programming training I and II will run January 13-14 and January 20-21 2010. Complete details are available online for the Training I and Training II courses in english, and in Japanese.

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WebGLet - getting rid of the boring bits of WebGL

The first version of WebGLet, a javascript library for creating WebGL applications, is out. WebGLet helps with the boring bits of WebGL, making your life easier without tying you into a full scene graph engine.

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ARM Mali GPU Makes Advanced Graphics a Reality for All Consumers

ARM has announced the ARM® Mali™-300 graphics processing unit (GPU), supporting OpenGL® ES 2.0 and bringing High Definition (HD) graphics performance to entry-level and mid-range consumer devices.The Mali-300 GPU offers support for the Khronos industry standards OpenVG™ 1.1, and OpenGL® ES 1.1/2.0, in common with other ARM Mali GPUs.

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