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drawElements Launches Analysis Tools Improving Graphics Driver Quality

drawElements Ltd. launches the drawElements Quality Program for OpenGL ES 2.0, a unique system for benchmarking the quality of GPUs and their drivers, on the 16th of December at SIGGRAPH Asia in Seoul. The drawElements Quality Program (dEQP) score measures correctness, feature richness, precision, and stability, which is a clear difference from other GPU benchmarks focusing on rendering performance.

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WebGL Camp talk videos online—live streaming

If you missed the first WebGL camp, no worries, videos of the eleven talks are online. The videos cover O3D, GLGE, COLLADA, WebGL and Sirikata. WebGL #2 is just around the corner on December 14th 2010. There will be live streaming of the whole event so there's no missing it this time.

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Khronos Beijing DevU presentation slides now available online

The Khronos Group just wrapped up a DevU and press luncheon in Beijing. Presentations slides from all the sessions are now online. Some of the Khronos APIs covered at this DevU were OpenGL ES, OpenCL, OpenGL, OpenVG and OpenMAX and OpenSL ES by Vivante, ARM, Rightware, HUONE and NVIDIA. A complete schedule of events is available in our event archives.

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COLLADA 1.4 Schema reference card available for download

The COLLADA work group is pleased to announce the official COLLADA 1.4 Schema reference card. Described as a labour of love, this reference card is a must have for any COLLADA developer. Download the reference card now.

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WebGL announces official extension registry

The WebGL working group recently announced the availability of the WebGL extension registry. The current URL is not permanent and will most likely changed. "The WebGL extension registry contains specifications for extensions to the core WebGL API. Most of these extensions are incorporated directly from the OpenGL ES or OpenGL extension registries, and refer to those extensions for their behavioral definition. Because WebGL extensions are specified as Web IDL interfaces, each specification also includes the IDL to which each implementation will comply."

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OpenCL on the CPU and why it can be useful

A few advantages to using OpenCL on the CPU are that results are on the CPU for further processing, CPU-code can be mixed with OpenCL and specific algorithms can be processed faster because there is no PCIe-overhead. Streamcomputing has a closer look at at why you may find OpenCL on the CPU useful for your own work.

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Katalabs releases Kataspace—WebGL/HTML5 front-end to Sirikata

Katalabs is excited to announce the release of KataSpace; a WebGL/HTML5 front-end to the Sirikata based multi-user 3D environment. The application allows you to build MMO or Second Life style virtual worlds and deploy them on any web page available to anyone running a modern web browser--including the one on your smartphone or iPad.

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OpenWF overview presentation and Composition quick reference card now available

The OpenWF Work Group has released an overview presentation of OpenWF as well as an OpenWF Composition quick reference card. Both are available for download today.

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VR Juggler version 3 released with OpenGL 3 support

VR Juggler 3 is now available. VR Juggler 3.0 has a totally redesigned cluster infrastructure based on a formal client/server model and support for OpenGL 3.0 contexts as well as many other fixes and updates. VR Juggler provides a platform for virtual reality application development allowing a user to run an application on almost any VR system.

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Mobile Game Engine SIO2 version 2.x uses full GLES power, and is now available

After months of work the new version of SIO2, the #1 game engine used by independent mobile game developers, is available for download. The core API has been rebuilt, and the engine is now available with many more features. The new version is twice as fast as the previous version, comes with a brand new SDK and comes with a FREE cross platform mobile game development tool chain allowing you to get started right away. Feature rich, extremely fast, flexible and scalable, SIO2 allows you to easily create professional 2D and 3D AAA game titles for your favorite mobile platform. Due to its unique core architecture, you get the opportunity to develop your mobile games on Mac OS X (XCode) and/or Windows (Visual C++). SIO2 is a cross platform state of the art 2D/3D game engine framework for mobile devices, that uses the power of OpenGL ES at its core to deliver lightning fast graphics.

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