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Symbian plans multimedia standards and bearer mobility with Khronos API’s

Symbian, the consortium that develops the mobile operating system of the same name, plans to add in APIs for multimedia applications, a bearer mobility capability and technology for greater code density on ARM processors to the OS over the next 18 months. Two of the multimedia APIs come from the Khronos Group, OpenSL ES and OpenMAX IL, said Andy Moran, head of enterprise at the London-based company. Symbian intends to implement OpenGL ES, another Khronos Group API for full-function 2D and 3D graphics, enabling mobile TV, videoclips on a phone and so on.

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Khronos Group Releases OpenMAX AL 1.0 and OpenSL ES 1.0 Specifications for Embedded Media and Audio Processing

The Khronos™ Group has publicly released provisional versions of the OpenMAX™ AL 1.0 and OpenSL ES™ 1.0 specifications to enable widespread developer feedback and rapid industry implementation of these new standards that are designed to bring portable, state-of-the-art audio, video and image acceleration to mobile handsets and embedded devices. Both specifications are expected to be finalized by mid-2008. Read the press release.

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Khronos presents Mobile and Embedded Graphics at ARM Developers Conference 07

Khronos is pleased to present Mobile and Embedded Graphics at ARM Developers' Conference 2007 on October 4th. The Mobile and Embedded Graphics event at The ARM Developers’ Conference & Design Pavilion is a great, free, opportunity to get the latest information on the fast growing area of embedded graphics. Discover how 3D hardware fits into the SoC realm, what implementations are available for systems integrators today, and the benefits of having graphics in end user devices, including what sort of applications are now possible. Attendance is free, but you are required to RSVP. For more information, please visit our event page.

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DMP announces new seminar room and new OpenGL ES courses

DMP, Digital Media Professional has recently established a new seminar room for the training of Khronos API's. The room offers comfortable chairs, a specious desk space for each student, a ceiling mounted projector, a white board for easy instructor presentation, 12 computers with 17 inch LCD's and excellent air conditioning. There is even an in-class coffee maker. DMP has also announced two new OpenGL ES classes in November. For further information, please visit the Khronos Events page.

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Interview with Neil Trevett by Zenji Nishikawa after Siggraph 2007

After Siggraph 2007 in San Diego, Neil Trevett Vice President Embedded Content, NVIDIA and President, Khronos Group did a long interview with Zenji Nishikawa, a Japanese journalist. The article covers the short and long term outlook of OpenGL. It is quite detailed and well worth a look, however it is in Japanese only. We have included a link using Google's translator which is rough, but will give you an idea of what the article is all about.

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Khronos Group posts slides from Siggraph 2007 BOFs

The Khronos Group today posted slides from several of the Birds of a Feather sessions that were held at the 2007 Siggraph in San Diego. Included in the slide collections are OpenGL, OpenGL ES, OpenKODE, OpenVG and OpenMAX. There is also a collection for the Japan BOF. You can view the slides on the Khronos Groups Developer Library in PDF format.

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Siggraph 2007 COLLADA Crawl winners announced

Khronos Group today announced the winners of the Siggraph 2007 COLLADA Crawl. There was a great turnout for the event and lots of winners. Thank you to every one who participated in the COLLADA Crawl. We look forward to seeing you all back again next time. For a complete list of winners, please visit the Khronos Open Space website.

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The OpenGL ARB Unveils Details of Upcoming OpenGL 3

The OpenGL ARB unveiled the name and more details of the new version of OpenGL formerly know as Longs Peak - now officially OpenGL 3 - on August 8th 2007 at the Siggraph Birds of a Feather (BOF) in San Diego, CA. OpenGL 3 will be a great increase in efficiency in an already excellent API. It will provide a solid, consistent and well thought out foundation for the future evolution of the OpenGL standard. OpenGL 3 is a true industry effort with broad support from all vendors in the ARB. The OpenGL 3 specification is on track to be finalized at the next face-to-face meeting of the OpenGL ARB, at the end of August. This means the specification can be publicly available as soon as the end of September, after the mandatory 30 day Khronos approval period has passed. Also presented today were the changes to the OpenGL Shading Language that will accompany OpenGL 3. For more details see the OpenGL BOF presentations here. We invite you to discuss this news in this thread on our forums.

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Ardites offers consultancy service accelerate the development of products using mobile Khronos APIs

At SIGGRAPH 2007, Ardites Ltd announced a software consultancy and service model to support hardware vendors, device manufacturers and application developers to effectively utilize the Khronos APIs. With profound experience in key technologies and mobile multimedia ecosystem challenges, Ardites is capable of reducing the time-to-market, support multiple operating systems and improve the performance and security of the end product.

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Khronos Group Gains Diverse New Members

The Khronos™ Group today at Siggraph 2007 is delighted to announce that Anark, Antix, ArcSoft, GraphTech, Mentor Graphics, SoftBank Mobile, SRS Labs and Wind River have joined the existing Khronos membership to help define open standards for the authoring and acceleration of dynamic media on platforms ranging from embedded systems such as mobile phones to high-performance desktop and workstation systems.

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