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Kishonti releases CLBenchmark 1.1.1

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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.   Read More

Case Study: heat transfer simulation using CLGL interop

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Heat transfer and, more generally, parabolic partial differential equations are a very important class of problems in physics and mathematics. Analytic solutions aren't available for real-world problems where initial and boundary conditions can be arbitrary. CMSoft presents video tutorials and source code with detailed information about how to create the CLGL shared context, use OpenCL to accelerate the simulation of heat transfer and share an OpenGL texture to present the results to the user.    Read More

OpenCOLLADA and COLLADA CTS now on GitHub

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OpenCOLLADA and the COLLADA Conformance Test Suite repositories are now both hosted on GitHub. As a reminder, please note that to bring integration of OpenCOLLADA plugins within the test suite and bug fixing, Khronos has issued a Request for Quotations (RFQ). This RFQ is open for bidding and you are welcome to request a copy through the public_collada mailing list. Last but not least, while at Siggraph, do not forget to stop by our both and to bring your demos! The COLLADA working group looks forward to hearing from you!   Read More

All welcome at the OpenGL 20th Anniversary party - prizes and much more!

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Come to the Aug 8th OpenGL BOF 2th Anniversary party and YOU get the presents! There will be lots of prizes being given away including 100s of Special 20th Anniversary edition “OpenGL T-shirts; numerous raffles prizes – such as books and cool tech gadgets and 150 “OpenGL 20th Anniversary” Pint glasses as prizes for the basketball free throws and ping pong playoffs at the OpenGL 20th Anniversary party. We look forward to seeing you there!   Read More

ZiiLABS and Symphony Teleca Demonstrate Accelerated OpenCL Compute on Android

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At Google I/O ZiiLABS, in co-operation with Symphony Teleca, demonstrated how OpenCL can be used to deliver significant compute acceleration on Android platforms. The tablet demonstration of a new camera application, built by Symphony Teleca, uses OpenCL to implement a number of key image processing effects, comparing the performance of the algorithms implemented in both 'C' and OpenCL. The OpenCL code exploits the performance and flexibility of the underlying ZMS-40's media processing array to deliver significant advantages over CPU-only code.   Read More

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