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Nvidia Mulls Over Porting PhysX to OpenCL

NVIDIA said that it could eventually port computing of physics effects created using PhysX middleware to OpenCL application programming interface (API) and capable hardware.

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Okino ships latest release of PolyTrans-for-3ds-Max & Maya 2011 with COLLADA support

Okino Computer Graphics announced that its long standing 3D DCC/Animation/Skinning and CAD/MCAD/Architectural conversion software PolyTrans-for-3ds-Max (for 3ds Max 2011 & 3ds Max Design 2011), and PolyTrans-for-Maya (for Maya 2011), are now fully qualified and shipping to customers. Self proclaimed the defacto standard for conversion between visualization packages, and with good reason. Included in the many conversion formats are our two favourite: COLLADA and OpenGL C Code.

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GPCBenchmark - An OpenCL General Purpose Computing benchmark

GPCBenchMarkOCL is a General Purpose Computing benchmark that evaluates the performance of OpenCL enabled devices with a collection of algorithms and applications. GPC benchmark can evaluate and report on the number and frequency of computing units, architecture, memory bandwidth, on-chip cache and memory and synchronize penalty.

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Case study on OpenCL low poly collision detection

The case study on OpenCL low poly collision detection is included in the online CMSoft OpenCL tutorials. Highly details descriptions and source code will lead you through an implementation of low polygon collision detection algorithm suitable for engineering assembly analyses. This case study uses OpenGL and Lab3D to display the 3D models.

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AMD updates entire FirePro line to Evergreen GPUs - OpenGL 4, DX11, Eyefinity, OpenCL

AMD today introduced 4 new additions to its next-generation ATI FirePro family - the FirePro V7800, FirePro V5800, FirePro V4800, and FirePro V3800. Together with the the previously announced FirePro V880, AMD now offers professional graphic accelerators with OpenGL 4, OpenCL, DX11, Eyefinity multi-display support and as much as double the performance of previous models, at every price point.

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GLC_Lib 2.2 Beta 1 released supports COLLADA file format

GLC_lib is a C++ library for high performance 3D application based on OpenGL. GLC_lib 2.0 can handle very large DMUs (Digital MockUps) to create fast free multi platform OpenGL 3D viewers. Some of the new features include: Frustum Culling with OpenGL frustum Plane extraction; space partitioning using Octree; ability to save all supported 3D Formats in a 3DXML ASCII V4; built in 3DWidget; built in Plane sectioning with easy and powerfull manipulation tools. Supported file formats include COLLADA, 3DXML ASCII V3 and V4, OBJ, 3DS, STL (ASCII and binary), and OFF and COFF.

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Assimp 1.1 released with improved COLLADA support

Open Asset Import Library (Assimp) release 1.1 is out. It features many bugfixes, improvements and new file formats as well (i.e. Milkshape 3D) and now supports more than 25 3D file formats out of the box, including COLLADA, Obj, 3DS and LightWave formats. COLLADA support has been vastly improved and most DCC applications play well with Assimp's COLLADA Loader. Assimp is an Open Source library (BSD-style license) written in C++.

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SimLab Composer 2.0 adds support for COLLADA

SimLab Composer allows the user to create 3D scenes from a wide range of CAD and 3D Design formats, including COLLADA, SketchUp, Rhino, Solidworks, STEP, IGES, FBX, 3DS, OBJ, and STL. 3D Scenes built by SimLab Composer can also be exported to other 3D applications using many standard 3D formats including COLLADA, obj, STL, FBX, OSG and U3D. SimLab Composer is a 3D sharing and rendering application.

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Katalabs WebGL 3D Gallery Demo Online

Katalabs now has a demo of their WebGL 3D Gallery online. A video demonstrates the possibilities of their software, and the online demo lets you create your own gallery.

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Difference between CUDA and OpenCL

Ever wonder what the difference between CUDA and OpenCL is? Streamcomputing has done a good job in clarifying the differences between CUDA and OpenCL. The article covers speed, language, heterogenous vs. homogenous and some of the terminology.

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