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Society for Information Display is comprised of the top scientists, engineers, corporate researchers, and business people of the display industry, valued at over US$100B annually. SID was formed in 1962 to promulgate display technology, and that work continues today, publishing a monthly Journal of SID, Information Display magazine, and our annual Digest of Technical Papers, which is presented at our annual spring Display Week Symposium and Exhibition. These publications are available online without additional charge for members.
The AR/VR/Wearables event will address three of the hottest areas in the display and consumer electronics markets in one event. Produced by DSCC, the OLED Association and Veritas et Visus, it will examine the business and technical issues associated with these categories. In addition, a VR/AR device shootout is planned.
10:50AM – 12:10PM Session II: Virtual Building Blocks – Graphics and Displays
Neil Trevett, Vice President Developer Ecosystem, Nvidia & President, Khronos Group: Discover how the latest advances in open, cross-platform API standards for silicon acceleration are creating the foundation for deploying VR and AR devices and use cases. Standards covered include OpenVX low power vision processing, Vulkan next–generation GPU acceleration, OpenCL parallel computation and OpenXR VR/ AR device control - that together will accelerate the availability of AR and VR on a platform near you.