OpenCL related stories

libCL parallel algorithm library released

libCL is an open-source parallel algorithm library written in C++ and OpenCL, released under the Apache 2.0 license. Based on a thin layer of wrapper classes for OpenCL and OpenGL are implementations of parallel algorithms ranging from simple primitives such as sorting, searching and algebra to complex systems of algorithms for computational research and visualization. libCL emerged out of OpenCL Studio, and as such integrates well with the development environment and its rich prototyping and visualization capabilities.

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AMD FirePro certified for OpenCL enabled Abacus finite element analysis (FEA) software

AMD announced that the latest FirePro professional graphics cards have been certifed for the OpenCL enabled Abaqus 6.11 finite element analysis (FEA) software. Abaqus, which takes advantage of the OpenCL™ industry standard, is a leading structural and multiphysics analysis solution which is used by a wide range of industries for simulating the lifelike performance of products throughout the design and manufacturing process.

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GPU, CUDA, OpenCL Programming - PARLAB 2011

Bryan Catanzaro, NVIDIA Research talks discuss the CUDA and OpenCL programming models, GPU architecture, and how to write high performance code on GPUs, illustrating with case studies from application domains such as image and video processing.

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Improved OpenCL support for the “SuperShaper”

The SuperShaper is a small free tool that let's you explore the Super Formula in real-time. It uses OpenCL1.0 to evaluate the formula and OpenGL3.2 for rendering. For maximum performance OpenCL and OpenGL share buffers if possible. The latest version supports any OpenCL capable device in the system (CPU or GPU).

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OpenCL vs CUDA misconceptions

An in-depth comparison of OpenCL and CUDA with a strong running conversation. Take look and add your opinions.

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NetBeans OpenCL Pack available

Michael Bien has finished an OpenCL pack for NetBeans. Features include an OpenCL Editor with syntax highlighting code completion and CL reference pages integration, OpenCL compiler integration, In-editor annotations of compiler warnings and errors updated as you type and JOCL project template. Java 7 is required so you will need the Java 7 package on Google Code.

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SIGGRAPH attendees show high level of interest in OpenCL™ technology

SIGGRAPH 2011 in Vancouver last week had a very high level of interest in OpenCL™ as demonstrated by SIGGRAPH attendees. The Exhibitor Tech Talk on “OpenCL and OpenGL/DirectX interoperability” presented by Olivier Zegdoun of AMD’s ISV Workstation team had seating for over 90 attendees and was standing room only. The OpenCL Birds-of-a-Feather with presentations from AMD, Intel, Nvidia and Codeplay over 200 attendees, and when asked who was already using OpenCL approximately half of the attendees raised their hands.

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OpenGL and OpenCL SIGGRAPH BOF presentation slides now online

The presentations slides used at the SIGGRAPH 2011 Khronos Group OpenCL and OpenGL BOFs are now available.

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THEIA VR real-time interaction using OpenCL on AMD FirePro V7900 & Eyefinity

AMD Demo of Optis THEIA VR using OpenCL on an AMD FirePro V7900 at the AMD Booth at SIGGRAPH 2011 in Vancouver. The real-time rendered Bentley model is created from six views folded into a box, with stitched edges to become a fully interactive environment. This process enables designers and engineers to analyze and optimize the lighting performance of future products while increasing design productivity.

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SIGGRAPH 2011 Khronos Pavilion worth checking out

Not sure where to start at SIGGRAPH 2011? Make your first stop at the Khronos Group Pavilion. Lots of give-aways and lots of demo's from ARM (665), Codeplay (766), DMP (664), Fixstars (667) and HUONE (762) all part of the Khronos Pavilion (663 & 764). Stop in to say Hi and learn about WebGL, OpenCL, OpenGL, OpenGL ES and COLLADA.

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