The Embedded Vision Alliance has published a OpenCL-themed article along with help from several Khronos member companies, including AMD, ARM, Imagination Technologies and Intel. Free registration is required.
Khronos Member AJ Guillon, a contributor to OpenCL, and creator of a popular YouTube training series, has announced paid OpenCL training in Sunnyvale, CA and Toronto, Canada. Training will take place July 19 – 21 in Toronto, and July 26 – 28 in Sunnyvale. An optional review day to help you brush up on background is offered July 18 and July 25. Sign up early for a discount
Qualcomm has released the 5th part of their Vulkan Tutorials on Youtube. This video gives developers details on the steps involved to render a triangle in Vulkan. Learn more about Vulkan and the Adreno SDK
In this short tutorial Intel gives you a brief introduction to Khronos SPIR-V, touches on the differences between a SPIR-V binary and a SPIR binary, and demonstrates a couple of ways of creating SPIR-V binaries using tools shipped with the latest Intel SDK for OpenCL Applications and ways of consuming SPIR-V binaries in your OpenCL program.
Samsung Electronics invites game enthusiasts from around the world to enjoy an immersive on-site gaming experience at E3, one of the largest game events in the world. One demo will be the Vulkan API Game Experience with the Galaxy S7 equipped with the Vulkan API that enables game developers to deliver amazing graphics and a high-quality gaming experience. Get the chance to play the first games leveraging the technology, Need for Speed™ No Limits, HIT and Vainglory.
Neil Trevett, President of the Khronos Group, presents the "Vision API Maze: Options and Trade-offs" video tutorial, (free registration required) at the May 2016 Embedded Vision Summit. In this presentation, Neil Trevett, President of the Khronos Group standards organization, updates the landscape of APIs for vision software development, explaining where each one fits in the development flow. Neil also highlights where these APIs overlap and where they complement each other, and previews some of the latest developments in these APIs.
Hardware upgrades, including faster GPUs and CPUs, are poised to improve Linux gaming. The latest gaming titles will come to Linux much faster with Vulkan, a graphics technology that should drive gaming forward on the OS. Many games are written using the Unity Engine from Unity Technologies, which is looking to add Vulkan support in the future. The Unreal Engine, another gaming development platform, already supports Vulkan.
ISC High Performance event in Frankfurt Germany during June 19-23, 2016 will offer some OpenCL talks. A complete schedule of OpenCL talks is available on the ISC event page.
The Khronos UK Chapter held their 3rd Vulkan Developer event which took a longer and deeper dive in programming 3D graphics using the Vulkan API. The video and slides from this event are now online.