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Khronos Group at SIGGRAPH 2010 - Hope to see you all at our booth!

The Khronos will be at booth #1201 at SIGGRAPH 2010. We hope we will see everyone there. If you plan on joining us for one of our BOFs, please be sure to register to reserve your seat. Please note that the OpenGL BOF has had a room change. The OpenGL BOF is now in the "Los Angeles" Room at the Wilshire Grand Hotel. Complete details can be found on our website.

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If you liked Assembler, you’ll love OpenCL

In todays world of copy paste programming expertise, OpenCL will force you to learn the nuts and bolts of programming. Learn why it is important to learn about the hardware you are programming for.

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Khronos invites you to the COLLADA BoF at SIGGRAPH

Thanks to the flexibility of COLLADA being an XML based language, the COLLADA Working Group continues to grow with new members from many diverse disciplines that employ 3D technologies. Many of our members turn to Khronos standards such as COLLADA, OpenGL ES and WebGL to support 3D content that can take advantage of web protocols and the forthcoming HTML5 suite of standards. The synergy between the industry's 3D applications and Khronos standards motivates best-in-class COLLADA coherent products; products that soon will have the potential to operate within native 3D enabled browsers. This summer at Siggraph, we welcome you to join us at the COLLADA Birds of a Feather session on Tuesday, July 27 from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm in the Los Angeles Convention Center, Room 402A, to hear from some of these members on how they employ COLLADA. You'll also learn more about our current working group efforts and our plans for the future. We hope you will join us!

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Come visit with the OpenGL ARB at the Siggraph BOF July 28th!

You are cordially invited to come listen to the latest on OpenGL 4 and more, meet fellow OpenGL enthusiasts and share a free beverage with us. We will also be giving away some awesome prices to the people that are able to quickly answer the sometimes-not-so-trivia questions. Prizes include the new edition of the OpenGL Super Bible, licenses to gDEBugger, an AMD FirePro V5800 workstation GPU and a NVIDIA Quadro workstation board. The OpenGL BOF will be Wednesday, 28 July from 5:15 pm - 7:15 pm in the Wilshire Grand hotel, the Los Angeles room. Reserve a spot, sign up now at the Khronos.org website.

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Mobile Is The Web–The Web Is Mobile

While sitting on the "apps everwhere" panel at MobileBeat, Neil Trevett, vice president of mobile content development at Nvidia and president of the Khronos Group coined "Mobile is the web, the web is mobile" when announcing that PCs will soon seem very archaic. Mobile computing is the future.“Apps Everywhere” panel at MobileBeat.

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OpenCL Getting Started Tutorial

Are you having trouble getting start in OpenCL development. Enj has started a tutorial series aimed at developers trying to learn OpenCL from the bottom up, with a focus on practicality.

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Folding@Home Preparing OpenCL Enabled Client

Stanford's Folding@Home is working on an OpenCL enabled client. However, due to optimization and performance issues, the client is not ready quite yet. The Folding@Home developers need your help to optimize the new GPU OpenCL client. From the Folding@Home blog "We are also working to finish our OpenCL port for ATI GPUs to support GPU3 on ATI, but there are still performance issues for OpenCL on both NVIDIA and ATI which are holding back this release."

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WebGL Camp videos are now online

The folks at WebGL Camp have posted videos of most of the talks online. If you missed the show, now is the time to grab your favourite drink, sit back in your comfy chair and enjoy the first ever WebGL Camp. See who's pushing WebGL, learn how to use WebGL, see how WebGL works with other technologies.

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Perth GPU Users Group to discus OpenCL and OpenGL

Learn and share ideas at the Perth GPU Users group. Founded to bring together GPU users from all fields and experience levels in Western Australia. Topics of discussion include general GPU computing, GPGPU, CUDA, OpenCL, OpenGL, DirectCompute, DirectX and related technologies. The next meetup is tentatively scheduled for June 23rd at the ground Floor Physics Building, University of Western Australia (Crawley Campus) 35 Stirling Highway, Crawley WA. 5:30pm - 7pm. You can find additional Khronos API related events and meet-ups on the Khronos Group events page.

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WebGL Camp Speakers announced

WebGL Camp at Wallenberg Hall, Stanford University on June 25th 2010, has announced the speaker lineup, and what a lineup it is. Mark Barnes, Biodroid Productions and Work Group Chair for COLLADA will focus on the importance and value of content and how to achieve it with COLLADA. Along with Mark there will be: Peterson Trethewey, O3D; Paul Brunt, GLGE; Giles Thomas, Learning WebGL; Daniel Horn, Sirikata; Daniel B. Miller, Katalabs; Trevor Smith, Spaciblō; Ewen Cheslack-Postava, Stanford Computer Science; Vladimir Vukicevic, Mozilla Firefox; Alan Chaney, Mechnicality and Google Chrome 3D Team.

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