WebGL related stories

The 3D Web Fest to Feature Live Presentations of Interactive Web Experiences

The 3D Web Fest is coming to San Francisco on May 13th, bringing together designers, artists, developers and technologists to celebrate the best of the 3D web. The lineup of artists and producers will feature work from leading creative coders in the field including Isaac Cohen, Mate Steinforth, Weidong Yang, and many others, which will be shown during live screening presentations. The 3D Web Fest’s web-based project showcase offers up a compelling blend of art and technology, exhibiting what’s possible with the advent of 3D Web in a film festival format and club atmosphere. Tickets are now available.

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High-performance Visualisation Using OpenGL/WebGL at International Symposium in Australia

Dr Tomasz Bednarz currently works as a Principal Research Fellow at the QUT Science and Engineering Faculty, and finds time to run the Brisbane GPU Meet-up group and the Khronos Brisbane Chapter. Tomasz will be giving a workshop on High-performance Visualisation Using OpenGL/WebGL. This workshop will provide introduction to OpenGL and will include introductions and hands-on exercises to basic concepts of hardware rendered graphics, shader language and WebGL. Short introductions to OpenCL and new Vulkan APIs will be also showcased.

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Unleash the Power of your GPU: At FMX 2015 with the Khronos Group

Hear Khronos members at FMX 2015 on May 5th, talk about the upcoming Vulkan API, SPIR-V as well as recent progress in OpenCL and WebGL. Speakers will be Jan Hermes, Senior Software Engineer, Continental Automotive GmbH and Bastian Sdorra, Graphics Researcher, Dassault Systemes 3DEXCITE GmbH.

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GDC Presentation by Valve: Vulkan - The Future of High Performance Graphics

GDC Vault now has the full "Vulkan: The Future of High Performance Graphics" presentation from Valve. There are also the Khronos Group presentations on Vulkan , OpenCL 2.1, SPIR-V and the WebGL Meetup on Youtube.

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Vulkan SPIR-V, OpenCL 2.1 and WebGL presentations from GTC available online

Neil Trevett, Khronos Group President, spoke at the recent GPU Technology Conference on Vulkan, SPIR-V and OpenCL 2.1 as well as at the WebGL Meetup on Building Standards. Both presentations are now available online.

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3D Web Fest—Call for Submissions ends April 6th

Have a cool completed or work-in-progress 3D Web project? Submit it by April 6th for a chance to participate in 3D Web Fest. 3DWebFest is coming to San Francisco on May 13th, 2015 to celebrate the best of the 3D Web.

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CL3VER release 3.0 with WebGL GPU based real-time lightmap rendering

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CL3VER, the cloud based platform for interactive 3D presentations, releases CL3VER 3.0, the new generation of the platform dedicated to engineers, architects, and other design professionals. 3.0 a much improved version of the CL3VER platform that includes WebGL GPU-based real-time lightmap technology, V-ray material support and a new scene sharing system that will speed up the production workflow for WebGL based interactive 3D presentations.

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An Early Look at WebGL 2

Mozilla is introducing a preview of WebGL 2, which is still under development by the WebGL working group. WebGL 2 is based on OpenGL ES 3.0, and brings with it many improvements and additions to help developers create stunning visuals on the Web. WebGL 2 will raise many restrictions and add new capabilities compared to WebGL 1. For example, while WebGL 1 only required support for being able to render using 8 textures at a time, WebGL 2 raises this minimum limit to 32.

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GDC 2015: Khronos Group sessions and the Next Generation of Graphics and Compute API

The Khronos Group will be holding a number of sessions off-site during GDC week. There will be two sessions dedicated to discussing the Next Generation of Graphics and Compute API, as well as an OpenCL and WebGL meetup. These sessions will be taking place at SF Green Space (EEFG) just a few minutes walking distance from the Moscone center on Wednesday and Thursday. Registration is highly advised for the off-site sessions as space is limited and a good crowd is expected. Complete details are available on the Khronos GDC 2015 event page.

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Firefox version 35 released with small update for WebGL

Mozilla has released the latest version of its browser, Firefox version 35.0 which adds support for the EXT_blend_minmax WebGL extension. As well as many other changes of course.

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