If you work in graphics, you live and die by your tools. if you work in graphics for the web, this means Chrome or Firefox developer tools. Join the Khronos Toronto Chapter to discuss and learn about the latest web tools in Firefox and Chrome for WebGL and WebCL. For OpenGL folks there'll be a discussion to compare web graphics tools to native graphics tools.
The Graphical Web 2014 is being organised by the Data Visualisation Centre, UK Office for National Statistics and will be held at the University of Winchester, England over 4 days from Wednesday August 27th through to Saturday August 30th. The theme of the conference will be Visual Storytelling using new technology to produce compelling visual narratives on the web. Neil Trevett will be giving a State of the Union address on WebGL and WebCL, as well the Khronos Group will be sponsoring this event.
The AR Community for Open and Interoperable Augmented Reality Experiences will be holding a face-to-face community meeting on September 12 in Munich, Germany. The F2F meetings are designed to promote discussion among ecosystem stakeholders for the development of open and interoperable AR content and experiences. We will receive updates about standards under development from Standards Development Organization spokepeople and Work Group chairs from The Khronos Group and many other organizations. In order to plan the agenda of the September 2014 AR Community meeting to target the needs of the community, participants are HIGHLY ENCOURAGED to prepare and submit speaking abstracts and/or position papers. Community meeting position paper guidelines are available online.
Going to SIGGRAPH? Be sure to drop into one of our seven Birds of a Feather events, all followed up by our famous BOF Blitz™ After Party. We've got some great news and amazing presentations waiting for you.
Khronos is proud to share that Amobee, the company defining digital advertising relies on glTF as part of its workflow to create immersive 3D mobile ads with its cutting-edge Amobee 3D technology. Check it out!
A 3D interactive scene on CL3VER attempts to explain the puzzle of how the HIV virus functions and reproduces itself in the host cell using WebGL.
Help Khronos get a more interesting WebGL widget on Khronos.org and maybe even win a prize by entering the WebGL Widget Contest. We will choose the coolest widget that best shows off WebGL technology. Then we’ll post the winning entry on the Khronos website with a link back to the winner’s website, and the winner will receive a Mali-based device from ARM. The winner will be announced at our WebGL BOF at SIGGRAPH.
CL3VER Viewer 2.1 improves 3D visualization of CL3VER presentations in most browsers--with IE in Windows XP being shown as the odd man out. CL3VER works with both Flash and WebGL. When you try to access a CL3VER 3D scene from your browser, it recognize the browser version and provides a Flash or WebGL scene automatically.