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XEED, LLC specializes in portable motion analysis. XEED brings full-body human motion capture to a small size and a low price point previously thought impossible. The wearable devices are used in degenerative movement disorder studies by enabling therapists, physicians, and researchers to monitor exactly how their patients move throughout the day and provide them with personalized recommendations. The technology has also been used by US warfighters in a DARPA study to analyze the change in physical performance as it relates to infectious disease. XEED aims to bring full-body mocap to fields that are priced out of it or would otherwise be turned off by the bulkiness of existing solutions. By achieving unprecedented battery life and providing a completely wireless solution, the innovative wearables exceed limits and improve the way we interact with movement.

Snap Inc. is a camera company. At Snap, we believe that reinventing the camera represents our greatest opportunity to improve the way people live and communicate. We contribute to human progress by empowering people to express themselves, live in the moment, learn about the world, and have fun together.

The OpenCL working group today released the OpenCL 3.0.10 specification including the latest round of maintenance updates, clarifications and bug fixes - in many cases responding to issues and questions from the OpenCL developer community.

This latest specification includes updates for readability and accessibility, such as improved syntax highlighting, as well as new and updated extensions which are outlined in the blog.

3co seeks to automatically 3D model the world’s retail products with superhuman vision, speed, and scalability. The 3co team has deep experience in AI from NASA, Google, and Microsoft. Through simulation and lab R&D, they are developing state-of-the-art AI for physically-based inverse rendering, for powering the future of 3D commerce.

Khronos has made substantial investments in strengthening the SPIR-V backend for LLVM and the OpenCL Working Group is pleased to release early results from testing that provide insights into compilation coverage using the OpenCL conformance test suite and LLVM’s tests. Work in the past months has been dedicated to the overall design of LLVM’s new backend and its integration with the Clang frontend, with particular focus on parsing OpenCL kernel language sources. Khronos will soon finalize this design and commence integration into the upstream LLVM repository. To speed progress, a special panel is going to take place at the LLVM Developers Meeting to discuss the overall design and formulate a concrete list of actions.

The Khronos Group will be hosting a SYCL Webinar on December 7, 2021. The webinar will be technical in nature and is aimed at both existing SYCL users and HPC developers looking to hear about the very latest updates on the SYCL standard and it’s supporting ecosystem. The agenda is packed full with leading experts in the field. It is free to attend, and there will be a Q&A session at the end to answer any questions you may have.

Cesium announced that the 3D Tiles Next open specification is now available. The core of 3D Tiles Next is streaming interactive 3D at scale with a set of extensions to allow the developer community to better:

  • Stream semantic metadata efficiently
  • Run massive simulations and analytics via spatial indexes
  • Integrate with glTF and extension ecosystem

Founded in 2000, 3dMD develops a proven and verified technology to capture dynamic-4D anatomical shape information of a subject’s natural physical movements (1-120 3D frames per second) for applications demanding textured, 3D dense-surface image precision such as Healthcare, Computer Vision/Perception, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Wearable-tech, Human Factors, Apparel, Anthropometrics, AR/VR/XR, Biometric Enrollment, etc. With an efficient subject workflow suitable for recruiting thousands of subjects, 3dMD systems capture progressive sequences of ‘near ground-truth’ 3D images of subjects, whether it is full body, face, head, hands, foot, etc. Synchronized with a wide range of third-party devices, 3dMD generates high-volume 3D/4D training sets with anatomical fidelity to support the latest computer vision, AI, and eXtended Reality innovations. In addition, 3dMD develops sophisticated downstream software for extracting dynamic markerless derivatives of intricate human movement.

Designed with a developer-first approach, the Snapdragon Spaces XR Developer Platform combines proven technology and an open ecosystem for headworn Augmented Reality (AR) devices to enable the creation of immersive experiences that seamlessly blur the lines between our physical and digital realities to usher in a new frontier of spatial computing. Snapdragon Spaces is based on the Khronos OpenXR specification to enable application portability and is the first headworn AR platform optimized for AR Glasses tethered to smartphones with an OpenXR conformant runtime.

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