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OpenCL, DX Compute Shader, and more

TechReport recently spoke with Neil Trevett about OpenCL, who fills positions as both the Khronos Group's President and Nvidia's VP of Embedded Content.This two page report is well written and an easy read.
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Mobile Is The Web–The Web Is Mobile

While sitting on the "apps everwhere" panel at MobileBeat, Neil Trevett, vice president of mobile content development at Nvidia and president of the Khronos Group coined "Mobile is the web, the web is mobile" when announcing that PCs will soon seem very archaic. Mobile computing is the future.“Apps Everywhere” panel at MobileBeat.
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Khronos Releases OpenCL 1.2 Specification

The Khronos Group today announced the ratification and public release of the OpenCL 1.2 specification, providing enhanced performance and functionality to the industry-standard for heterogeneous, high-performance computing. A new conformance test suite was also made available to the developer community. New features in OpenCL 1.2 include seamless sharing of media and surfaces with DirectX® 9 and 11, enhanced image support, custom devices and kernels, device partitioning and separate compilation and linking of objects. The OpenCL 1.2 specifications, online reference pages and reference cards are all available on the Khronos website.
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Khronos to Create New Open Standard for Computer Vision

The Khronos Group announced a new initiative to create an open, royalty-free standard for cross platform acceleration of computer vision applications. In response to requests and proposals from members, Khronos has created a vision working group to develop a hardware acceleration API using the proven Khronos development process and aiming for a first public release within 12 months. Any interested company is welcome to join Khronos to make contributions, influence the direction of the specification and gain early access to draft specifications before public release. The vision working group will commence work during January 2012.
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The mobile industry has come to rely on Khronos’ APIs as much as the graphics industry

Jon Peddie has a great write up on GFX Speak about The Khronos Group turning 12 this year.
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Creating An Industry Standard

In addition to TransGaming, Khronos counts as member companies such leading organizations as Apple, Intel, Nokia, Samsung, Sony, AMD and NVidia, as well as over 100 others. Given that kind of membership list, and a singular focus on creating open standard APIs, we felt that Khronos was absolutely the right umbrella under which to develop a new industry standard for input.
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Upcoming Chapters meetups

Khronos Group Chapters are having a couple of upcoming meetups. One in New York and the other in Cambridge UK. Find out more about the Khronos Group Chapters. We have lots of information online if you are interested in starting a Chapter where you are.
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EGL Working Group Requests Feedback on Change in Attribute List Type

The Khronos EGL Working Group is requesting feedback on a change to the definition of EGLint that would disallow using handles as attribute values. If you have feedback on this change, please post it in the discussion boards where the proposed change is described in more detail.
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