The call for submissions for the 3rd IWOCL is now open, seeking research papers, technical presentations, workshops, tutorials and posters from industry and academia. Submissions may relate directly to the use of OpenCL, SYCL or SPIR as well as libraries, toolkits and programming techniques based on OpenCL. Submissions may refer to both completed projects or those currently in progress. Submission deadline: 14th February 2015. Read More
An open source two-day lecture course for teaching and learning OpenCL has now been downloaded over 3000 times. This KITE initiative carried out by Simon McIntosh-Smith and Tom Deakin from the University of Bristol in the UK is expecting a small update in the new year, when some more advanced material on code optimisation will be added. Simon said "I would have expected hundreds, and anything over 1,000 would have been awesome. But 3,000!!! I am stunned." Read More
NVIDIA has co-sponsored the WebGL Widget contest by contributing a new Shield Gaming Tablet as one of the prizes. This is in addition to two WebGL books Toni Parisi by sponsored by O’Reilly media; and the WebGL book by Sumeet Arora sponsored by Packt Publishing. Submit your best WebGL Widget by November 25 for a chance to win! We've recently increased the size limit from 30K to 200K. What can you create? Read More
The call for authors for the upcoming WebGL Insights book is now out. We invite proposals for articles on intermediate and advanced WebGL techniques. We invite hardware vendors, browser developers, WebGL-engine developers, application developers, researchers, educators, and others with WebGL experiences they want to share. WebGL Insights will be published by CRC Press for SIGGRAPH 2015. Read More
Over the course of four days, 2-5 March 2015, Mobile World Capital Barcelona will host the world’s greatest mobile event: Mobile World Congress.
We have some fantastic sessions at Moscone, and we’re also holding additional sessions at SF Green Space (see map and directions below), a 5-minute walk from Moscone. Take a break from the Moscone crowds and join us for API sessions, complimentary beverages, free reference cards and other goodies, and much more.
This is the place where scientists, programmers, researchers, and a myriad of creative professionals convene to tap into the power of a GPU for more than gaming. At the epicenter of visual computing, the GPU Technology Conference (GTC) is the world's largest and most important GPU developer conference.
The face-to-face community meetings are designed to promote discussion among ecosystem stakeholders for the development of open and interoperable AR content and experiences.
This workshop, developed in collaboration with the Khronos Group, provides an efficient launching pad for engineers, developers, and technical managers seeking to incorporate vision into next-generation products and applications. Attendees will get a practical introduction to key hardware and software topics including algorithms, processors, sensors, tools, libraries, and standards currently used for vision-based application and system design.
The International Workshop on OpenCL (IWOCL - "eye-wok-ul") is an annual meeting and community of users, researchers, developers and suppliers that share best practice, and promote the evolution and advancement of the OpenCL standard for parallel programming of heterogeneous systems.
Khronos invites you to the annual KHRONOS BOF BLITZ™ and this years very special BOF BLITZ After-Party™ when we celebrate Khronos Group’s 15th Anniversary!
HPC is transforming the world. The International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis will return to Austin for its 27th annual conference.