Khronos News

Neil Trevett, President of The Khronos™ Group will be talking at two upcoming shows in California this month. The first is The 8th Intelligent System Summit & TEEC Cup Startup Contest on January 14th. Neil will be giving a keynote on 'Khronos International Standards in China'. The second is the Khronos Embedded Industry Outreach Event in Taipei. The third event is the 2017 Casual Connect in Anaheim California. Here Neil will be talking about 'Open Standards for Cross-Platform Gaming, Virtual & Augmented Reality'. Be sure to check out the complete list of upcoming events discussing Khronos Standards.

Recently Khronos posted a guest blog 'Art Pipeline for glTF' by Patrick Ryan from Microsoft. This covered getting started with authoring content to glTF. A little more in-depth is a post by Don McCurdy on 'Creating animated glTF Characters with Mixamo and Blender'. The post walks the reader through their workflow using Blender, Mixamo to rig, animate, and export a character to glTF.

There is a new optimized OpenGL/Graphics Math for C. The original glm library is for C++ only (templates, namespaces, classes...). This new library is targeted to C99 but currently you can use it for C89 safely by language extensions. Almost all functions (inline versions) and parameters are documented inside related headers. Complete documentation is in progress. Feedback is welcome on the OpenGL forums.

Archintosh article covering the new Khronos NNEF 1.0 standard: "The Khronos Group is more than just about graphics standards like OpenGL and OpenCL. The consortium group has established Neural Network Exchange Format (NNEF) to help data scientists and engineers easily transfer trained networks." Khronos recently issued a press release for the release of the NNEF 1.0 Provisional Specification.

Codeplay joins MISRA to move C++ safety standards forwardCodeplay is pleased to announce it has joined the MISRA working group for C++ to help move the standards forward to support C++ '11 and beyond, enabling software developers to build safety critical systems for automotive. "The goal for us is ultimately to have a Safety Critical Heterogeneous C++ language that is compatible with ISO standards and Khronos open standards." Illya Rudkin from Codeplay is chair of the Khronos Safety Critical Advisory Panel.


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