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Free event brings updates on OpenXR, glTF, e-commerce and metaverse standards to the XR communityBeaverton, OR – April 6, 2023 – Today, the Khronos® Group, the open consortium responsible for graphics and compute interoperability standards including OpenXR, glTF and more, announces the Khronos Developers Forum, taking place at AWE USA in Santa Clara, CA, May 31 – June 2.
The Khronos Developers Forum is free and open to all AWE attendees. It will consist of a series of presentations, tutorials, and demos that will bring XR developers and business leaders up to speed on the latest capabilities and future developments for glTF and OpenXR. The forum will also host interactive discussions on the XR community's challenges and needs concerning 3D asset creation, e-commerce, and the drive towards an open metaverse.
The Khronos Developers Forum will host activities on all three days of AWE. Sessions include:
To view the full schedule, register for the Khronos Developers Forum, and access an exclusive AWE registration discount code, please visit khronos.org/events/awe-2023.
The Khronos Group is an open, non-profit, member-driven consortium of over 150 industry-leading companies creating royalty-free, interoperability standards for 3D graphics, augmented and virtual reality, parallel computation, vision processing and machine learning. Khronos activities include 3D Commerce™, ANARI™, glTF™, Kamaros™, NNEF™, OpenCL™, OpenGL®, OpenGL® ES, OpenVG™, OpenVX™, OpenXR™, SPIR-V™, SYCL™, Vulkan®, and WebGL™. Khronos members drive the development and evolution of Khronos specifications and are able to accelerate the delivery of cutting-edge platforms and applications through early access to specification drafts and conformance tests.
Khronos® and Vulkan® are registered trademarks, and ANARI™, WebGL™, glTF™, NNEF™, OpenVX™, SPIR™, SPIR-V™, SYCL™, OpenVG™ and 3D Commerce™ are trademarks of The Khronos Group Inc. OpenXR™ is a trademark owned by The Khronos Group Inc. and is registered as a trademark in China, the European Union, Japan and the United Kingdom. OpenCL™ is a trademark of Apple Inc. and OpenGL® is a registered trademark and the OpenGL ES™ and OpenGL SC™ logos are trademarks of Hewlett Packard Enterprise used under license by Khronos. All other product names, trademarks, and/or company names are used solely for identification and belong to their respective owners.