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Khronos Group full Vulkan Session with Q&A now on Youtube

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Mar 05, 2015

The complete Khronos Vulkan session is now on youtube. This is from the live stream this afternoon. A proper video will be posted online in a few days along with the slides from the presentation.

Vulkan session will be Live Streamed

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Mar 05, 2015

Please join us at 2PM pacific time for a Live Stream of the second and last Vulkan session at GDC. There will be better quality video and slides available in the next few days.

Khronos Releases OpenCL 2.1 Provisional Specification for Public Review

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Mar 03, 2015

The Khronos Group today announced the ratification and public release of the OpenCL 2.1 provisional specification. OpenCL 2.1 is a significant evolution of the open, royalty-free standard for heterogeneous parallel programming that defines a new kernel language based on a subset of C++ for significantly enhanced programmer productivity, and support for the new Khronos SPIR-V cross-API shader program intermediate language now used by both OpenCL and the new Vulkan graphics API.

Khronos Reveals Vulkan API for High-efficiency Graphics and Compute on GPUs

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Mar 03, 2015

The Khronos Group announced the availability of technical previews of the new Vulkan™ open standard API for high-efficiency access to graphics and compute on modern GPUs used in a wide variety of devices. This ground-up design, previously referred to as the Next Generation OpenGL Initiative, provides applications direct control over GPU acceleration for maximized performance and predictability, and uses Khronos’ new SPIR-V™ specification for shading language flexibility. Vulkan initial specifications and implementations are expected later this year and any company may participate in Vulkan’s ongoing development by joining Khronos.

GDC 2015: Khronos Group sessions for Next Generation of Graphics and OpenCL

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Mar 02, 2015

Are you going to GDC? Be sure to reserve your spot for glNext and OpenCL sessions happening off-site at GDC. The OpenCL sessions are almost full, as is the noon glNext session. You may register on the Khronos Group event page.

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