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Archives for OpenGL ES

SIGGRAPH News: Maxon, Autodesk, Imagination and more…

Architosh kicks off its SIGGRAPH 2012 news coverage today with some highlights

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SIG: Imagination says OpenGL ES-based GPUs to hit One Billion mark in 2014

Imagination shows OpenGL ES 3.0 capable chips at SIGGRAPH 2012

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In-Depth: IMSI TurboViewer for iPad

In this Product In-Depth we take a more detailed look and review IMSI’s executive plans for addressing the iOS market, bringing decades of CAD programming experience to the mobile market for CAD-based field professionals

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SIG: Khronos Group announces OpenGL 4.1

The Khronos Group announces OpenGL 4.1 specification at SIGGRAPH 2010 in Los Angeles.

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Apple’s new iTouch device – how far off were we?

Apple will announce its long-awaited touch-based computer device today at San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center. In this article we look back at our Mac touch article from two years ago and see what has changed and what is likely the same.

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Khronos details new WebGL initiative

Khronos Details WebGL Initiative – new APIs and OpenWF standard

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SIG: Khronos Details WebGL Initiative

At Siggraph the Khronos Group outlined its plans for WebGL — bringing synergy between OpenGL developers and Web developers to enable rich-interactive 3D on the Web without browser plugins.

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SIG: Khronos releases OpenGL 3.2

The Khronos Group has announced OpenGL version 3.2 at SIGGRAPH in New Orleans.

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Commentary: 3D CAD on iPhone? You Bet!

Daniel Eran Dilger’s article this week in Roughly Drafted Magazine suggest more than just the power of games on the iPhone. Clearly with such hardware internals the iPhone is more than capable of handling CAD — even, and especially, 3D CAD

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Apple Mac touch: what it could look like

A reader, Brendan Sheehan of Ireland, has written to Architosh about our recent article on the future of Apple in 2008. He too had an Mac touch computer notion and sent us the picture below

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