The winner of Khronos’ Fall 2014 WebGL Widget Contest is the team of William Casola and Marco Tarini, with their interactive Spinnable World Map. They won a WebGL book from Packt Publishing, two WebGL books from O’Reilly, and an NVidia Shield Gaming Tablet. Congratulations! Honorable mention goes to the Orbiting Spheres entry from Tarek Sherif.
NVIDIA has co-sponsored the WebGL Widget contest by contributing a new Shield Gaming Tablet as one of the prizes. This is in addition to two WebGL books Toni Parisi by sponsored by O’Reilly media; and the WebGL book by Sumeet Arora sponsored by Packt Publishing. Submit your best WebGL Widget by November 25 for a chance to win! We’ve recently increased the size limit from 30K to 200K. What can you create?
Help Khronos get a more interesting WebGL widget on Khronos.org and maybe even win a prize by entering the WebGL Widget Contest. We will choose the coolest widget that best shows off WebGL technology. Then we’ll post the winning entry on the Khronos website with a link back to the winner’s website, and the winner will receive a Mali-based device from ARM. The winner will be announced at our WebGL BOF at SIGGRAPH.
The Computer Graphics Lab at the Alexandra Institute is holding a WebGL pathtracing Christmas competition. Complete rules and guidelines are available on their website.
We’re excited to announce the kick off of our Pokki 1UP $50k HTML5 game development challenge. The first place game developer will take home $30k and win a trip to the Game Developers Conference 2012 in San Francisco where we will feature their game! We’ve pulled together a top notch panel of game developer leaders to judge submissions which must be submitted by February 20th, 2012 at 11:59pm (PST). What’s also cool is that we just launched support for WebGL, WebSockets, and the Web Audio API. We’re really excited about cutting edge HTML5 technologies like canvas, CSS3, WebGL and Web Audio. There’s already been some impressive demos with these technologies and we’re looking forward to seeing what the Pokki game developers come up with.
Have a 3D model you think is really cool? Enter it in the OurBricks 3D Model COLLADA Contest for a chance to win $500. Hurry, as the contest ends at midnight Pacific time August 7th 2011. That’s today!
The Khronos Group is thrilled to announce a 3D content development contest with a $500 cash prize for the winner. Deadline is Sunday August 7th, 2011 at 11:59PM PST. The winner will be announced SIGGRAPH in Vancouver and be awarded $500. Full details are available at OurBricks.com.
The Khronos Group is thrilled to announce a 3D content development contest with a $500 cash prize for the winner. The open COLLADA format is ideal for creating compelling experiences, but a great example is worth a thousand words. This is where you come in. Help show the power of COLLADA by creating a compelling piece of 3D content which can use as an example for the large and growing developer community.
Deadline is Sunday August 7th, 2011 at 11:59PM PST. The winner will be announced at the OurBricks event at the SIGGRAPH 2011 conference in Vancouver. For full details on how to take part in this contest are available here.
The AMD OpenCL Coding Competition is heating up with the highest number of registrations for a TopCoder Innovation Challenge to date. It’s not too late for you to compete. June 30th is the deadline to submit your abstract in time to get feedback, so if you were considering joining the competition, do it now.
Think you have what it takes to write the best AMD Fusion application using the AMD APP SDK and OpenCL? Prove it with the OpenCL Coding competition! The AMD APP SDK with OpenCL 1.1 support is available online.
COLLADA has announced the winners of the COLLADA Contest. Congratulations go out to all of our winners and a big thank you to everyone who participated. The Grand Prize winner is Chuck Han and Dan Dan Halabe from Navicad.com. The rest of the winners can be viewed here.
Khronos has posted the Siggraph 2009 COLLADA BOF presentation slides and the OpenGL BOF presentation slides. The OpenGL BOF slides include an overview on OpenGL 3.2, OpenGL ES, WebGL, GLSL and gDEBugger. The COLLADA slides include a COLLADA Conformance overview, COLLADA Vision, Project Wonderland, Sirikata—a next generation open source virtual world—and the COLLADA Contest Winners.
The Champion the 3D Web using COLLADA Contest is quickly coming to end. With only three days left until it closing July 31st at midnight. If you are interested in entering, you should do so now. The Khronos Group has posted the BOF schedules for Siggraph 2009, which includes the time and date for announcing the winner. In addition to a Grand Prize of $5000, there are also First place, Second place and runner up prizes which include cash and additional prizes from the Media Grid Immersive Education Initiative and Electric Rain Inc. A complete list of prizes is available on the COLLADA Contest website.
The Khronos Group has announced that the “Champion the 3D Web using COLLADA” contest has been extended to midnight July 31st 2009. For all you artists out there that either missed the contest first time round, or just didn’t have time to create and submit your artwork, now is the time to enter! The contest has also been opened up to people in any country. So if you are not within the United States, you can now enter the contest. Winners will be announced during Siggraph 2009 in New Orleans.
Electric Rain released Swift 3D 6.0 for Mac and Windows, a 3D modeling and animation tool. Swift 3D allows designers to build and export vector and raster-based 3D animations for Macromedia Flash, as well as QuickTime, AVI and other formats. Swift 3D now supports exporting to Papervision and COLLADA .dae formats. Electric Rain is also a sponsor of the ‘Champion the 3D Web using COLLADA’ contest. Electric Rain will be giving away downloadable copies of Swift 3D v6 to the winners of the contest, along with over other great prizings include a grand prize of $5000.