The Khronos Group would like to welcome Au-Zone as the newest Associate Contributor. Au-Zone Technologies is a leading provider of development tools, engineering design services, and enabling IP used for the design of intelligent embedded vision products and solutions.
The Khronos Group would like to welcome DisplayLink as the newest Contributor Member. DisplayLink develops hardware and software solutions to enable easy connectivity between monitors, virtual reality HMDs and computing devices over standard interfaces such as USB, Ethernet, and wireless networks. DisplayLink is the leading provider of USB graphics and Wireless VR technology.
Apple has published an official list of all of their devices that use OpenGL and OpenCL, including which version is supported. The earliest machines date back to 2007. The most recent machines to support both OpenCL and OpenGL are the 2018 MacBook Pro 13 and 15 inch. Both machines support OpenGL 4.1 and OpenCL 1.2.
If you're a game developer and not yet up to speed on Vulkan*, you should be. Vulkan APIs are one of the industry's hottest new technologies. They support multithreaded programming, simplify cross-platform development and have the backing of makers of major chips, GPUs, and devices. Vulkan APIs are positioned to become one of the next dominant graphics rendering platforms. Characteristics of the platform help apps gain longevity and run in more places. You might say that Vulkan lets apps live long and prosper—and this code sample will help get you started.
Khronos member Cadence Design Systems, and ArcSoft, announced they have partnered to develop AI and vision applications for Cadence Tensilica Vision DSPs. The OpenVX conformant Vision P6 DSP supports AI applications developed in the Caffe, TensorFlow and TensorFlowLite frameworks through the Tensilica Xtensa Neural Network Compiler, Android Neural Network API for on-device AI acceleration in Android-powered devices and includes complete, optimized support for more than 1,500 OpenCV-based vision and OpenVX 1.1 library functions.
Magic Leap released a handful of tutorials and assets files that will help developers get a head-start in creating mixed reality content on Magic Leap One. Magic Leap said that Unity and Unreal already offer optimizations for Magic Leap hardware. The headset has full support for OpenGL 4.5 and OpenGL ES 3.1, but Magic Leap recommends building applications with the Vulkan API for the best performance.