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COLLADA Contest - $500 first place - ends August 7th 2011

The Khronos Group is thrilled to announce a 3D content development contest with a $500 cash prize for the winner. Deadline is Sunday August 7th, 2011 at 11:59PM PST. The winner will be announced SIGGRAPH in Vancouver and be awarded $500. Full details are available at OurBricks.com.
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OurBricks COLLADA contest ending today!

Have a 3D model you think is really cool? Enter it in the OurBricks 3D Model COLLADA Contest for a chance to win $500. Hurry, as the contest ends at midnight Pacific time August 7th 2011. That's today!
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COLLADA Contest Winner announced

We at the Khronos Group wanted you to "Show us the power of COLLADA." Thank you for the great response. We appreciate all your submissions, Likes, questions and all the other interest that was shown. But let's get down to business: We have chosen Gugi: Idle Animation by gavranxyz. We felt the model was very well put together with many nice touches. The idle animation cycle really was the icing on the cake. Huge congrats to gavranxyz from all of us at Khronos! We can't wait to share Gugi with our community.
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Pokki announces 1UP HTML5 game developer challenge

We're excited to announce the kick off of our Pokki 1UP $50k HTML5 game development challenge. The first place game developer will take home $30k and win a trip to the Game Developers Conference 2012 in San Francisco where we will feature their game! We've pulled together a top notch panel of game developer leaders to judge submissions which must be submitted by February 20th, 2012 at 11:59pm (PST). What's also cool is that we just launched support for WebGL, WebSockets, and the Web Audio API. We're really excited about cutting edge HTML5 technologies like canvas, CSS3, WebGL and Web Audio. There's already been some impressive demos with these technologies and we're looking forward to seeing what the Pokki game developers come up with.
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WebGL pathtracing Christmas competition

The Computer Graphics Lab at the Alexandra Institute is holding a WebGL pathtracing Christmas competition. Complete rules and guidelines are available on their website.
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