All of the presentations and videos from the Khronos OpenVX workshop at the 2019 Embedded Vision Summit are now online. If you were unable to attend this workshop, you may now watch the seven sessions online and follow along with the slide presentations:
All of the presentations from the 2018 Vulkan Developer Day in Montreal, are now online. Video for this event will be posted next week. Overall, the Vulkan Developer day was a huge success. In total more than 80 people attended!
Neil Trevett, Khronos Group President and Radhakrishna Giduthuri, Software Architecture and Compute Performance Acceleration at AMD, spoke at two Khronos related events this past week. Neils presented was an update on the Khronos Standards for Vision and Machine Learning which covered Khronos Standards OpenVX, NNEF, OpenCL, SYCL and Vulkan. Radhakrishna presented Standards for Neural Networks Acceleration and Deployment covered Khronos Standards OpenVX and NNEF. The slides from both presentations are now online.
The Khronos Group was at SIGGRAPH Asia this year with talks from several Khronos members including NVIDIA and Unity, as well as a talk from the Khronos Melbourne Chapter Leader. Neil Trevett, President of the Khronos Group, gave an overview of the Khronos ecosystem. If you are interested in learning more about Khronos standards for 3D, VR, AR and Neural Networks, be sure to take a few minutes to read Neil’s presentation.
The Khronos Groups Neil Trevett spoke at CEDEC 2017 in Japan. The sessions provided the latest updates on the open standards from the Khronos Group that are enabling advanced, cross-platform 3D Gaming and Virtual Reality. You may now download and view these PDFs online.
With SIGGRAPH 2017 almost behind us, we wanted to ensure you could find everything Khronos related one place:
Neil Trevett presented “Khronos Graphics, Compute and Vision APIs – including Vulkan Next Generation GPU Acceleration” at SIGGRAPH Asia on December 7th. Included in this presentation is information about the new Neural Networking Exchange Format (NNEF) working group and the new Khronos VR Initiative.
There will be a Vulkan Keynote at Laval Virtual March 24 2016 in Laval France. Tristan Lorach will present “From OpenGL to Vulkan: looking for optimal graphic performances”. The conference will explore the constituent elements of the new Vulkan API and explain why it was created.
@Xavier_Ho gave a talk on WebGL at the “High-Performance and Immersive Visualisation” Brisbane Meetup. Checkout his online slide set.
CL3VER Viewer 2.1 improves 3D visualization of CL3VER presentations in most browsers—with IE in Windows XP being shown as the odd man out. CL3VER works with both Flash and WebGL. When you try to access a CL3VER 3D scene from your browser, it recognize the browser version and provides a Flash or WebGL scene automatically.
Neil Trevett recently spoke at InsideAR. We’ve posted the slides from his talk online.