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Webinar: Vulkan Validation Layers Deep Dive video now online

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Sep 27, 2016

This 90-minute webinar provides a detailed review of the Vulkan Validation Layers, how they are architected, how you use them, and why they are so important. The main presentation is followed by a Q&A session. The Video and Slide deck from the webinar is now available online.

Webinar: Vulkan Validation Layers Deep Dive September 27

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Sep 26, 2016

Don’t miss the Vulkan deep-dive webinar on Tuesday September 27th at 10am PDT. This one-hour webinar provides a detailed review of the Vulkan Validation Layers, how they are architected, how you use them, and why they are so important. The main presentation is followed by a Q&A session.

Shadron graphics editor uses GLSL and your own Shader Code to manipulate images

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Sep 12, 2016

Shadron uses GLSL (OpenGL Shading Language) shaders to manipulate images. For programmers, particularly budding game developers, Shadron could be the answer to a number of your asset creation woes.

Modern OpenGL 3.0+ Tutorial Series

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Aug 30, 2016

This tutorial series shows you Modern OpenGL the way it is meant to be seen. Starting with setup videos and more videos to come from Sonar Systems.

Efficient GPU Rendering of Subdivision Surfaces using Adaptive Quadtrees

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Aug 06, 2016

How does Pixar represent objects rendered in their movies?  With subdivision surfaces. Now researchers at Activision, NVIDIA, and Stanford have published a new adaptive quadtree approach to rendering subdivision surfaces on modern GPUs.  Using OpenGL tessellation shaders, their system efficiently renders subdivision surfaces by streaming the surface patches without needing to split the patches the way prior approaches, such as OpenSubdiv 3.0, operate.  Their accompanying YouTube video shows their technique rendering state-of-the-art video game assets.

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