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drawElements Launches OpenCL Test Module

drawElements Ltd. launches OpenCL test module to broaden the coverage of the drawElements Quality Program a complete solution for measuring and improving GPU quality. The OpenCL module helps driver developers to resolve bugs and analyze performance characteristics of the system. OpenCL users will be able to design algorithms to match the performance profile of the target compute device as well as predict potential pitfalls created by the bugs. A PDF of the press release is available on the drawElements website.
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VexCL: Vector expression template library for OpenCL

VexCL is vector expression template library for OpenCL developed by the Supercomputer Center of Russian academy of sciences. It has been created for ease of C++ based OpenCL development. Multi-device (and multi-platform) computations are supported. The code is publicly available under MIT license.
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COLLADA Work Group letter updates community on progress

The COLLADA working group would like to share their progress since the March GDC meet-up on making COLLADA robust for the community. As requested by many community members, the COLLADA Conformance Test Suite (CTS) will be open sourced. Also, the OpenCOLLADA project will receive catalyst funding from Khronos to fix outstanding bugs and commence the integration of OpenCOLLADA into the open source test suite. Both the COLLADA CTS and OpenCOLLADA will be moving to Github. The COLLADA work group invites you to sign-up on the COLLADA public mailing list, and give your feedback.
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AMD Continues OpenCL Leadership-First Fully-Conformant OpenCL 1.2 Solution

AMD announced continued leadership in driving OpenCL adoption with availability of the AMD APP SDK 2.7, featuring the first conformant implementation of OpenCL 1.2 and comprehensive support for C++.
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Khronos Group Meetings in Taipei and Hsinchu in June a success

The Khronos Group just wrapped up another tour in Asia. Slides from the visit and a few photos are available online.
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AMD announces CodeXL at AFDS

AMD has announced a new unified profiling and debugging tool for both AMD’s CPUs and GPUs, called CodeXL. CodeXL brings together AMD's GPU compute tools and AMD's CPU compute tools to enable faster and more robust development of OpenCL and GPU accelerated applications.
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Andrew Richards talks about OpenCL’s future

At GDC, SemiAccurate sat down with Andrew Richards of Codeplay to talk about OpenCL’s past, present, and future. The results went in directions we had not been anticipating, especially surrounding the future directions of the language. The video of the interview is available on the SemiAccurate website. The Khronos Group YouTube channel also has a good select of video interviews, including one with Andrew Richards.
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Kishonti releases CLBenchmark 1.1.1

Khronos member Kishonti has updated their CLBenchmark desktop edition software. CLBenchmark 1.1 Desktop Edition is an easy-to-use tool for comparing the computational performance of different platforms.
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Come see Khronos and Imagination Technologies at China Joy!

We are excited that Jon Peddie and Kathleen Maher both from Jon Peddie Research, will be traveling with us and will be in our booth to help us meet and greet the Chinese game development community. Additional details of this event will be posted on our official Khronos Group China Joy event page.
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Gaussian Blur using OpenCL and the built-in Images/Textures

If used correctly, OpenCL images / textures can give you large speedups on GPUs. In this post, author Erik Smistad shows you a very short example of how to use OpenCL to blur/smooth an image. The goal is to show how images/textures are used in OpenCL and the benefits of using them.
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