The Linux OpenGL stack along with the upstream OpenGL specification has been evolving at a fast pace in recent years. There was recently some discussion within the Khronos camp for updating the guide for how to implement OpenGL support on Linux and it's been decided it will be talked about next week at XDC2012. To get the ball rolling for planning out a new Linux OpenGL ABI, NVIDIA has published a proposal. Read the rest of this story on Phoronix.
The Khronos Group recently launched the SPIR 1.0 specification for OpenCL. The specification defines version 1.0 of the OpenCL Standard Portable Intermediate Representation (SPIR). SPIR is a mapping from the OpenCL C programming language into LLVM IR.
NVIDIA announced today that its new Quadro K5000 GPU will be available on Apple Mac Pro. Based on Nvidia’s internal tests, the Kepler architecture enables the Quadro K5000 GPU for Mac to run key content-creation applications up to twice as fast at lower power than the Fermi-based Quadro 4000 for Mac, while the new chips also provide support for OpenGL and OpenCL.
Remograph is pleased to announce that Remo 3D™ v2.3 has been released. This new version of Remo 3D contains some new script functions, import of ESRI Shape attributes and other various fixes. Remo 3D v2.3 is available as a demo version from the Download section.
Chris Miles is offering a couple of courses on OpenGL ES training on iOS devices. Swipe Conference 2012 is taking place right now, September 6 and 7 in Sydney Australia. Complete details are available online.
The S5-PCIe-HQ is a half-length PCIe Gen3 x8 card based on the high-bandwidth, power-efficient Altera Stratix V GX or GS FPGA. Altera will target the S5PH-Q as a platform for OpenCL development and demonstration.