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Open Source Advanced Simulation Library written in OpenCL

Advanced Simulation Library (ASL) is a free and open source multiphysics simulation software package. Its computational engine is based, among others, on the Lattice Boltzmann Methods and is written in OpenCL which enable extraordinarily efficient deployment on a variety of massively parallel architectures, ranging from inexpensive FPGAs, DSPs and GPUs up to heterogeneous clusters and supercomputers. ASL is distributed under the free GNU Affero General Public License (AGPL) with an optional commercial license.

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Vulkan from the POV of a hobby 3D developer

As there has been lots of new information on Vulkan, Khronos‘ new graphics and compute API Sascha Willems decided to do a write up of the new API from a hobby 3D developer’s point of view.

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Neil Trevett presents “Navigating the Vision API Jungle”

Neil Trevett recently spoke at the Embedded Vision conference on "Navigating the Vision API Jungle: Which API Should You Use and Why?" For the full version of this video, along with hundreds of others on various embedded vision topics, please visit the Embedded Vision website.

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Khronos BOF Blitz is live streaming

The Khronos Group BOF Blitz is live streaming all BOFs. Starting with "Accelerating Vision Processing" at 1PM PT followed by "Heterogeneous Computing" at 2PM and "3D Web Graphics" at 3:45PM. Finally, at 5:30PM there will be the "3D Graphics API State of the Union" BOF which will include Vulkan:

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Khronos Expands Scope of 3D Open Standard Ecosystem

The Khronos Group announced significantly expanded scope and momentum for its family of open standard 3D graphics APIs. Vulkan™, the new generation API for high-efficiency access to graphics and compute on modern GPUs, is on track for implementation and specifications later this year. It has received support from Android, SteamOS, Tizen, and multiple Linux distributions, including Ubuntu and Red Hat.  The new OpenGL® ES 3.2 specification absorbs AEP (Android Extension Pack) functionality to enhance pervasive graphics capabilities across mobile, consumer, and automotive devices.  A set of OpenGL extensions will also expose the very latest capabilities of desktop hardware.

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Valve and LunarG to provide Vulkan developers with open source tools

Valve and LunarG are working closely with Khronos to provide Vulkan developers with open source tools. These tools and first drivers are expected to be available for Vulkan developers during 2015. Valve is sponsoring LunarG to provide Open Source Tools, a prepackaged SDK, and technical support for Game Developers bringing their 3D engines to the new Vulkan API.

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Khronos Invites Industry Participation to Create Safety Critical Graphics and Compute Standards

The Khronos Group, an open consortium of leading hardware and software companies, today announced it is launching a new Safety Critical working group to develop open graphics and compute acceleration standards for markets that require system safety certification. Khronos previously developed the OpenGL® SC 1.0 specification that defined a safety critical subset of OpenGL ES 1.0. The new working group will adapt more recent Khronos standards including OpenGL ES with programmable shaders, and the new generation Vulkan™ API for high-efficiency graphics and compute. Work on detailed proposals is already underway, and companies interested to participate are welcome to join Khronos for a voice and a vote in the development process.

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Low-overhead rendering with Vulkan - Android to support Vulkan

In order to address some of the sources of CPU overhead and provide developers with more explicit control over rendering, we’ve been working to bring a new 3D rendering API, Vulkan™, to Android. Like OpenGL™ ES, Vulkan is an open standard for 3D graphics and rendering maintained by Khronos. We’ll be working hard to help create, test, and ship Vulkan, but at the same time, we’re also going to contribute to and support OpenGL ES. As a developer, you’ll be able to choose which API is right for you: the simplicity of OpenGL ES, or the explicit control of Vulkan. We’re committed to providing an excellent developer experience, no matter which API you choose. Vulkan is still under development, but you’ll be able to find specifications, tests, and tools once they are released online.

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Imagination unveils Vulkan demo on Android with Google at SIGGRAPH 2015

Imagination is partnering with Google to demonstrate an advanced prototype of the new Vulkan graphics API on Android. The Gnome Horde demo will be unveiled during a presentation at SIGGRAPH 2015 and runs on the PowerVR GPU inside the Nexus Player device from Google. Gnome Horde is designed to showcase the capability of Vulkan to meet the needs of the Android graphics developer community. The article below offers a complete technical description of the demo, including a video and multiple screenshots illustrating how Vulkan on PowerVR leads to improvements in performance and energy consumption.

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NVIDIA announces OpenGL 2015 beta drivers for Windows and Linux

To coincide with the release of OpenGL 2015 ARB extensions and OpenGL ES 3.2, NVIDIA is pleased to announce our OpenGL 2015 beta drivers are available for immediate download for Windows and Linux. Further details and driver downloads are available at the NVIDIA OpenGL website.

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