The Khronos Groups WebGL public wiki has added a User Contributions area. If you have a WebGL Utility, Project, Presentation, Tutorial, Framework, Video or WebGL Example code, the WebGL work group invites you to share your contribution with the community. Contribute to the WebGL community today.
A new project on Google code offers up Java/Scala bindings for OpenCL. OpenCL4Java is a library that provides three levels of Java bindings for OpenCL: C-style wrappings auto-JNAerated by JNAerator; Thin Object-Oriented wrappings that hide away the complexity of the C-style wrappings; ScalaCL, which is a kind of "parallel expressions for dummies" in Scala. A thread on the OpenCL message boards is available for feedback.
The Khronos Group has expanded the OpenCL section of their public forums, giving an area for users and coders to mingle together. The forums now contain categories for beginner and advanced coders, hardware and software issues for end users, OS specific question and help, and an area to discuss SDK's, toolkits and wrappers. The Khronos Group message boards are visited by the developers behind all the Khronos API's on a regular basis, and offer the best place to get help and give help. We look forward to seeing you on the Khronos forums soon.
gles2-bc is an open source C++ library which makes the non-backward compatible OpenGL ES 2.0 API backward compatible to ease the development with various OpenGL ES APIs. The initial version was just released providing most of the backward compatibility.
OpenTK is an advanced, cross-platform library that provides Mono/.Net OpenGL, OpenGL ES, OpenAL and OpenCL bindings. The latest version adds support for all OpenGL ES extensions, significantly improves the OpenCL bindings and the ARB_imaging subset of OpenGL. A new compatibility module now allows Tao framework applications to run on OpenTK and improves behavior on broken xlib implementations. Finally, this version adds support for the iPhone platform via the MonoTouch project.