Nathan Chong from the Department of Computing at Imperial College will present a lively and interactive tutorial at the LEAP Conference on applying formal analysis and verification techniques to OpenCL and CUDA kernels. The full LEAP conference programme has now been published online.
CEVA, Inc. has announced a new low-energy software framework for Android based systems. The Android Multimedia Framework (AMF) efficiently reduces the power consumption required for complex multimedia processing using a heterogeneous CPU and DSP system architecture. Using the Khronos Groups OpenMAX IL API, AMF complies with the current Android 4.x versions.
METAVERSE Technology LLC launches a 3D printing exchange platform on w3dc.com. 3D print objects are available in the COLLADA file format which is supported by most of the available 3D printers and online print services.
Struggling to find time to keep up with the latest WebGL happenings? You'll be happy to know that Tony Parisi, new Learning WebGL Editor-in-Chief has brought the 'WebGL around the Net' column back to life. The first edition under his reign is full of great news. Check it out!
Intel has put out a first release of Beignet, an open-source Linux project that supports OpenCL. Beignet, like many other OpenCL implementations, is based upon LLVM and Clang for its compiler infrastructure.
First International Workshop on OpenCL (IWOCL) will be held on May 13th-14th at Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta, Georgia. IWOCL is an annual meeting of vendors, researchers and developers to promote the evolution and advancement of the OpenCL standard. The first workshop has an exciting full program, including a full day of tutorials, followed by a full day of keynotes, papers, and panels. The full (draft) program can be found here. Registration and travel details are also online. Signup soon and look forward to seeing you all then!
Learning WebGL, a leading site for learning browser-based 3D programming, today announced that it has appointed Tony Parisi as Editor-in-Chief. Giles Thomas, site creator has been named Editor Emeritus, in recognition for his pioneering efforts developing an invaluable educational destination for WebGL.
Shaderific version 3.0 now available. Shaderific is an educational app for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch that makes it possible to write, compile and test OpenGL ES 2.0 shader programs directly on any iOS device. Version 3.0 adds camera support, face detection, movie textures and video capture. Video frames provided by the built-in camera as well as movie files can be used as dynamic textures. Automatic face detection provides shader programs with access to a new uniform array containing the bounding rectangles of up to five faces. Furthermore, it is now possible to record a video of the ongoing rendering session and the video is automatically exported to the photo library.