The Khronos Group invites you to attend GDC 2011, and visit The Khronos Group booth #1444. We will have lots of great news on WebGL, COLLADA and many of our other API's, and to pick up a free laminated reference card for many of our APIs!
AMD offers a new Optimization case study. Examining key kernels utilized in a Quadratic Programming solver to optimize the evaluation of the Radial Basis Function SVM, results in improving performance by a factor of 5 compared to naive code running on an AMD Radeon™ HD 5870 GPU. Support Vector Machines (SVMs) are a widely used binary classification technique used to label data as belonging to one of two categories.
Experts CAD users join technical experts form SolidWorks, AMD and Dell in an open panel webinar to discuss optimizing your hardware and software setup. Bring your questions to ask the panel (OpenGL, OpenCL and remote graphics questions encouraged): Thursday February 17, at 12:00pm EST/9:00am PST
Imagination Technologies has announced that it has submitted POWERVR SGX drivers for OpenCL 1.0 Embedded Profile conformance with Khronos. OpenCL capability will be available to POWERVR SGX licensees with the latest release of production drivers.
SagivTech, an Israeli based company, is offering an OpenCL course, 3-5 April in Haifa, Israel. More details are available on their website.
Neil Trevett, president of The Khronos Group invites you to attend GDC 2011, and visit The Khronos Group booth #1444.
NVIDIA is excited to announce another unrivaled week of innovation, learning and networking. GTC 2011 will take place October 11-14, 2011 at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California. Whether you're a returning alumni or planning to come for the very first time, you'll find the best and the brightest from all over the world demonstrating cutting-edge work across a wide variety of fields. Call for Submissions will open in March 2011.
The CTK Workbench is a powerful rapid prototyping environment for OpenCL kernels. New kernels can be created by entering the OpenCL source code and defining inputs and outputs. These kernels can easily be connected to data sources and data viewers. Images, video streams, binary data and audio streams are supported. Sharing textures between OpenGL and OpenCL makes it possible to instantly display the results of OpenCL kernels operations. All results are visible in real time. Both Windows and Linux is supported.
GPU Caps Viewer 1.10.0 adds the support of the recently released GeForce GT 440 and improves the support of OpenCL by allowing the selection of a particular OpenCL platform for running the demos when you have several OpenCL implemtation in your system (NVIDIA, AMD or Intel).GPU Caps Viewer is a graphics card information utility focused on the OpenGL, OpenCL and CUDA API level support of the main graphics card.
Proximal Studios is running an OpenGL Demo Challenge. The current challenge is to produce a demo featuring reflections for a platform of your choice. Advanced producers are encouraged to incorporate secondary technologies (such as a webcam) in order to facilitate viewer interaction. The demo is running from February 1st until February 28th. Complete rules and details of what are required for your submission are available on the Demo Chronicles website. The challenge is open to beginner and experienced OpenGL programmers alike.