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openCOLLADA Maya exporter now with NVIDIA PhysX support

COLLADA has had support for embedding physics information into a document for a long time but it has never been easy to take advantage of. Adding NVIDIA PhysX Maya plugin and openCOLLADA plugin together makes physics export much more practical.

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Latest Stable GTK+ Toolkit Works Better on OpenGL ES 2.0, over 20 Bugs Fixed

There's a new stable release of the GTK+ multi-platform toolkit for creating graphical user interfaces (GUIs), versioned 3.22.6, which promises to work better with OpenGL ES 2.0, the standard for embedded accelerated 3D graphics.

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All-Day Vulkan Workshop in Vancouver on January 30

Join the Khronos Group at the Marriott Pinnacle Downtown in Vancouver, BC for a full-day workshop on Vulkan. We will briefly cover the basics, then dive into the details you need. Planned topics include:

• Vulkan tools and resources: SDK, Validation Layers, and Vulkan Loader
• vktrace for desktop and Android
• C/C++ with Vulkan-Hpp
• SPIR-V Tools (GLSLang, SPIR2CROSS, and others)
• Keeping your GPU fed without getting bitten
• Vulkan Tutorial - We'll get into some code!
• Vulkan game development on Android - a case study from Samsung
• SV porting story from Oculus
• Panel/Q&A with ISVs, IHVs, and Presenters: Performance recommendations, practical advice, and answers to your questions

The early-registration price is CAD$149 (about US$112) through January 16. Starting on January 17 the price is CAD$199.

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Milano Chapter: Game Development with Unity WebGL

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Khronos Milano Chapter is thrilled to announce that for the January 25th event, Marco Trivellato, lead engineer at Unity Technologies, and contributor in the WebGL Working Group, will fly from London to present Unity WebGL. Space will be limited for this event so please take a moment to reserve your spot today.

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CTA reception with the Khronos Group at CES - January 6th

If you’re at CES, be sure to stop in and see us at the CTA reception Jan 6, 4-6PM, Venetian, Level 2, Bellini 2005. Meet Khronos President Neil Trevett.

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Sketchfab now supports glTF

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Starting today, Sketchfab is proud to announce their support of the glTF file format. Zip up your glTF file along with any accompanying assets and then drag and drop into a browser window at Sketchfab.com. This method allows you to upload glTF files no matter which 3D software package you used to create the file. The addition of glTF means we now support over 30 file formats! In addition, the Sketchfab revised Unity exporter plugin will leverage the glTF format behind-the-scene to transmit 3D files in the most efficient, accurate way possible. If you’re interested in downloading example files visit the Sketchfab glTF page.

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Khronos Member Basemark introduces world’s first universal VR latency tool

Basemark has launched the VRTrek Library, enables the VR industry to analyze and provide a better user experience for end users. VRTrek Library is aimed for VR HMD vendors and software developers to measure the latency of an HMD when running various applications. Latency is one of the biggest challenges in the Virtual Reality (VR) industry. While wearing a VR Head Mounted Display (HMD), people notice even the smallest of delays between what’s displayed at the screen and what the brain expects.

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FotoNation & VeriSilicon Collaborate on advanced computer vision and computational imaging platform

FotoNation Limited and VeriSilicon Holdings Co., Ltd have entered into an agreement to jointly develop a next generation image processing platform that offers best-in-class programmability, power, performance and area for computer vision (CV), computational imaging (CI) and deep learning. The market-ready IP platform, named IPU 2.0, will be available for customer license and design in the first quarter of 2017. IPU 2.0 offers a unified programing environment and pre-integrated imaging features for a wide range of applications across surveillance, automotive, mobile, IoT and more. IPU 2.0 will use open initiatives such as OpenVX and OpenCL.

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Web3D 2017 call for submissions are now open

Web3D 2017 will be held in Brisbane Australia June 5-7 at Queensland University of Technology. The Call for submissions is now open with a dead line set for February 13th. With WebGL now widely supported by default in modern browsers, tools such as X3D, X3DOM, Cobweb, three.js, glTF, and A-Frame VR are allowing nearly anyone to create Web3D content. Submissions being accepted now for Papers, Posters, Workshops, Tutorials and the Art Gallery.

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ROCm 1.4 has support for OpenCL 1.2 host-code and 2.0 kernels

The ROCm Platform helps with integrating the CPU and GPU to solve realworld problems. New Features to ROCm 1.4 brings OpenCL 2.0 compatible kernel language support with OpenCL 1.2 compatible runtime; Supports offline ahead of time compilation today, for Beta we will be adding in-process/in-memory compilation and Binary Package support for Ubuntu 14.04 and 16.04.

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