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Net-tuts WebGL Essentials tutorial

Net-tuts has a simple to following WebGL essentials tutorial online. A great place to start learning.

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Acceleware offers advanced OpenCL training from August to October

Acceleware's customized 4-day OpenCL training consists of classroom lectures and several practical hands-on exercises. It is specifically tailored for learning parallel programming in OpenCL on AMD GPUs and APUs. Attendees should have a background C/C++ (2 or more years).

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Webinar: Creating and Optimizing OpenCL* Applications with Intel OpenCL Tools

The Intel® SDK for OpenCL Applications 2012 provides a comprehensive development environment and tools for the build, debug, and tune stages of an OpenCL application. Join this webinar on Wednesday July 25th at 9am pacific time.

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Gaussian Blur using OpenCL and the built-in Images/Textures

If used correctly, OpenCL images / textures can give you large speedups on GPUs. In this post, author Erik Smistad shows you a very short example of how to use OpenCL to blur/smooth an image. The goal is to show how images/textures are used in OpenCL and the benefits of using them.

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Come see Khronos and Imagination Technologies at China Joy!

We are excited that Jon Peddie and Kathleen Maher both from Jon Peddie Research, will be traveling with us and will be in our booth to help us meet and greet the Chinese game development community. Additional details of this event will be posted on our official Khronos Group China Joy event page.

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JPR Luncheon – Doing more with Multicore

Jon Peddie Research will be hosting an informational luncheon for press and analysts at SIGGRAPH 2012. The topic will be "Doing More with Multicore," and we'll have a distinguished panel to debate the different aspects of putting multiple CPU and GPU cores to work. What technology is best suited for what jobs? Or maybe a core is just a core, is just a core. The event will be held August 8, 2012 at 11:45 to 14:00 in the JW Marriott, L.A. Live - 900 W Olympic Blvd, in room PLAZA 1

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Kishonti releases CLBenchmark 1.1.1

Khronos member Kishonti has updated their CLBenchmark desktop edition software. CLBenchmark 1.1 Desktop Edition is an easy-to-use tool for comparing the computational performance of different platforms.

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Case Study: heat transfer simulation using CLGL interop

Heat transfer and, more generally, parabolic partial differential equations are a very important class of problems in physics and mathematics. Analytic solutions aren't available for real-world problems where initial and boundary conditions can be arbitrary. CMSoft presents video tutorials and source code with detailed information about how to create the CLGL shared context, use OpenCL to accelerate the simulation of heat transfer and share an OpenGL texture to present the results to the user.

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OpenCOLLADA and COLLADA CTS now on GitHub

OpenCOLLADA and the COLLADA Conformance Test Suite repositories are now both hosted on GitHub. As a reminder, please note that to bring integration of OpenCOLLADA plugins within the test suite and bug fixing, Khronos has issued a Request for Quotations (RFQ). This RFQ is open for bidding and you are welcome to request a copy through the public_collada mailing list. Last but not least, while at Siggraph, do not forget to stop by our both and to bring your demos! The COLLADA working group looks forward to hearing from you!

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All welcome at the OpenGL 20th Anniversary party - prizes and much more!

Come to the Aug 8th OpenGL BOF 2th Anniversary party and YOU get the presents! There will be lots of prizes being given away including 100s of Special 20th Anniversary edition “OpenGL T-shirts; numerous raffles prizes – such as books and cool tech gadgets and 150 “OpenGL 20th Anniversary” Pint glasses as prizes for the basketball free throws and ping pong playoffs at the OpenGL 20th Anniversary party. We look forward to seeing you there!

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