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Khronos Group Handheld APIs Updates - July 16 2008

NVIDIA FEATURES KHRONOS STANDARDS AT NVISION MOBILE VISUAL COMPUTING CONFERENCE

When: August 26th, 2008

Where: San Jose, CA

NVIDIA and Khronos are co-hosting an all-day mobile visual computing conference at NVIDIA’s NVISION® 08 event that will strongly feature a number of Khronos’ mobile API standards. This all day track on Tuesday August 26th is tailored for the mobile developer, operating system vendors, carriers and manufacturers looking to bring richly intuitive user interfaces and visually intensive applications to the next generation of mobile devices.

The conference will include to-the-minute updates on Khronos mobile media and graphics acceleration APIs - and demonstrate how those standards are being leveraged on NVIDIA Tegra applications processors. Sessions throughout the day will provide both broad perspectives and detailed insights into how NVIDIA is using the power of OpenGL® ES 2.0, OpenMAX™ IL and OpenKODE™ to build a state-of-the-art visual computing framework that includes the ability to rapidly create and deploy fully-accelerated, composited, 3D user interfaces.

NVIDIA will also demonstrate a number of development and authoring tools – including NVPerfHUD ES – a new 3D performance analyzer for OpenGL ES applications.

“NVIDIA is committed to using open standards to enable our developers to access the acceleration capability of our applications processors - and we have built a complete media and graphics solution around the family of Khronos APIs,” said Neil Trevett, vice president of mobile content at NVIDIA. “Not only do APIs such as OpenGL ES and OpenMAX provide state-of-the-art access to graphics and media functionality – OpenKODE has proven to be the ideal foundation for integrating portable applications into an advanced, composition-based, user interface framework.”

Register for the Mobile Visual Computing Conference at NVISION 08 today. Save $50 by registering before July 31, 2008!

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