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San Francisco WebGL Meetup Review

If you missed the San Francisco WebGL Meetup in April, you now have a chance to find out what it was all about. Complete with pictures and lots of details from the meetup, this review is well done and paints a great picture!

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Attention 3D Artists: OurBricks is hosting a design competition

The WebGL and COLLADA powered OurBricks lets you share and interact with 3D content in a modern webbrowser. Today they announce a design competition for 3D artists. The theme is “Modern Life.” Deadline for submissions is May 16 at 12pm PST.

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AMD Delivers First Embedded GPU Offering Support for OpenCL and Six Independent Displays

AMD announced the Radeon™ E6760 embedded discrete graphics processor. The AMD Radeon E6760 GPU is the first of its kind to offer embedded system designers the combination of OpenCL™ support along with support for six independent displays. The Radeon™ E6760 is based on a published Khronos Specification, and is expected to pass the Khronos ConformanceTestingProcess. Current conformance status can be found at http://www.khronos.org/conformance.

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AMD to discuss its support for OpenCL at AMD Fusion Developer Summit

AMD has unveiled its lineup of keynote speakers who will address developers at its upcoming AMD Fusion Developer Summit, a list that includes ARM executive John Davies. AMD on Tuesday said that Davies, vice president of technology in ARM's Media Processing division, will discuss ARM’s history of heterogeneous computing, its market strategy and, most of all, its support for AMD’s OpenCL and other open industry standards.

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Apple to release Final Cut Pro with OpenCL support

Apple announced Final Cut Pro X at the Final Cut Pro User Group Supermeet at the NAB conference. The new version of the professional video editing application will include 64-bit and OpenCL support.

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Sony Creative Software releases new update for Vegas Pro with support for OpenCL

Sony Creative Software announced the availability of Vegas™ Pro 10.0d. The award-winning NLE now includes improved closed captioning options, comprehensive 3D solutions, support for AMD's ATI graphics chipsets using OpenCL™ as well as an improved track group workflow.

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Real time interactive chat room with WebGL

Travis Glines released a proof of concept chat app using WebGL, Node.js, Websockets and a few other technologies. Its a fun and interesting way to demonstrate a chat room in real time. "When you think of 3D on the web, you typically think of games first. Games in 3D are fun, but what if you could do multiplayer gaming inside a web browser, with a server that could scale?" wrote Travis. This demo reminds me a bit if BZFlag in its early days, and is worth a few minutes of your time to check out.

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Cycleblob WebGL/HTML5 game now online

Cycleblob is based on the lighcycles game from TRON. Cycleblob takes TRON to the next level and makes the grid a three-dimentional object, floating in space. Cycleblob is implemented using WebGL and HTML 5 canvas elements and is written completely in JavaScript. Cycleblob was created by Shy Shalom as a personal project for learning WebGL and game engine design. You will, of course, need a WebGL enabled browser to play.

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FL Studio 10 has been launched—using a new OpenGL visualizer

The new version of music creation software FL-Studio contains a brand new OpenGL powered music visualizer called "ZGameEditor Visualizer" based on the free open source ZGameEditor engine. It comes with over 40 built-in effects that can respond to the music in various ways and it also allows you to create your own effects and share with others. Other features include using video to texture 3d-objects and publish your videos to YouTube.

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Autodesk and Khronos.org were among the exhibitors competing for attention at GDC

GDC was a beehive of activity with companies madly competing for attention. The Khronos Group was no exception, as they had a large presence this year at GDC. GFXSpeak discusses the changing tide. "The mobile gaming market is growing fast, enabled by smart phones and devices that are getting smarter with every turn of the Moore’s Law crank. The new processors including Nvidia’s Tegra, the Imagination-fueled OMAP processors and Intel’s coming Medfield; Freescale, Marvell, and others all do 3D as a matter of course. There’s a sea change coming in the next 24 months as these new processors enable 3D content." Read the complete article at GFX Speak.

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