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For the past couple of years, the Raspberry Pi foundation has been working with Igalia to bring Vulkan to the Raspberry Pi 4 platform. Yesterday, they announced that they have achieved Vulkan 1.2 conformance for the Raspberry Pi 4 Model B along with support for various other extensions, bug fixes and performance improvements.
Khronos has released three new samples for Vulkan. They include: Usage of the VK_EXT_conditional_rendering extension for conditionally toggling the visibility of sub-meshes of a complex glTF model. View Sample A transcoded version of the API sample Terrain Tessellation that illustrates the usage of the C++ bindings of vulkan provided by vulkan.hpp. View Sample A transcoded version of the API sample Compute N-Body that illustrates the usage of the C++ bindings of vulkan provided by vulkan.hpp. View Sample
Imagination Technologies and The Khronos Group are holding the Khronos and Imagination Seminar in Shanghai, a developer event highlighting the rapidly evolving software-hardware ecosystem and the opportunities for GPU technology, open-source standards and open API interfaces across mobile gaming, automotive and cloud. Watch the Khronos and Imagination Seminar on-demand sessions and find out more about the PowerVR SDK. Learn more about Imagination Technologies and the Khronos Group.
Khronos Group President, Neil Trevett, shares how open standards have an important role mitigating the complexities of safety-critical certification in a confusing landscape of processors, accelerators, compilers, APIs, and libraries, that drive up integration costs for embedded accelerators, which in turn has constrained innovation and time-to-market efficiencies.
Khronos Group President, Neil Trevett, shares how open standards have an important role mitigating the complexities of safety-critical certification in a confusing landscape of processors, accelerators, compilers, APIs, and libraries, that drive up integration costs for embedded accelerators, which in turn has constrained innovation and time-to-market efficiencies.
The Vulkan SDK components come from open-source repositories. While it is feasible to develop Vulkan applications without using the Vulkan SDK, there are many benefits to installing it. Check out LunarG’s white paper that shares the many benefits.
The Vulkan Portability Technical Subgroup is seeking to reduce the number of CTS failures in MoltenVK under Vulkan 1.0 with no extensions. MoltenVK provides Vulkan functionality layered on top of the Metal graphics API on Apple devices. All RFP responses are due by 5p.m. PDT on Friday, June 24, 2022.