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An Open Future: Sidequest joins the Khronos Group to support OpenXR

​The Khronos Group would like to Welcome Sidequest as an Associate member. At SideQuest we believe that XR deserves an open future to be able to properly flourish, and we at SideQuest are delighted to be able to support that future. OpenXR is the working group we are particularly interested and we plan on showing our support by helping our partners, developers and users to see the benefits that OpenXR provides.

Khronos Group Welcomes Los Alamos National Laboratory as Non-Profit Member

Los Alamos National Laboratory is a multidisciplinary research institution engaged in strategic science on behalf of national security. Los Alamos enhances national security by ensuring the safety and reliability of the U.S. nuclear stockpile, developing technologies to reduce threats from weapons of mass destruction, and solving problems related to energy, environment, infrastructure, health, and global security concerns.

Khronos Group Welcomes Traverse Research as Associate Member

Traverse Research is a graphics and game development research and development studio located in the heart of Breda, Netherlands with a mission to make Breda a game development power house. Traverse Research is building out a world class Ray Tracing benchmark suite together with Imagination Technologies that’s focused on early / pre-silicon to help them build the next generation of graphics chips.

Khronos Group Welcomes Holochip Corporation as Associate Member

Holochip was founded on the philosophy that the emergence of affordable, durable, and high-quality variable-focus lenses signifies a new and sustainable photonics market segment - the adaptive lens - born at the crossroads of traditional lenses and adaptive optics. Widespread adoption of high quality adaptive lenses will enable a new generation of lighter, more capable and lower cost, display, imaging and laser systems. We will enable engineers, scientists, product developers and consumers with innovative solutions for utilizing and manipulating light.

Khronos Group Welcomes University of Salerno as new Academic Member

The Department of Computer Science (DI) of University of Salerno is a key player in the regional, national and international landscape. It has a prestigious tradition both in teaching and research. The research output of the Department of Computer Science has been evaluated by the independent agency ANVUR as the best in Italy in the period 2004-2010. They are currently working on a research project called Celerity which is based on SYCL.