Upcoming Khronos Chapter Meetings

Chapter MeetingDatesLocation
Romanian Khronos Chapter Meeting Mar 18th, 2017 Cluj, Romania
OpenXR and 3D Portability Mar 15th, 2017 Cambridge, MA
Lisp on the GPU: For a twisted sort of fun & questionable profit Mar 13th, 2017 Oslo, Norway
3D DataViz @ Visualized Milan 2017 Mar 11th, 2017 Milano, Italy
WebGL/WebVR at GDC 2017 Mar 02nd, 2017 San Francisco, California
WebGL, Unity and Babylon.js - Brighton Feb 21st, 2017 Brigthton, England
WebGL: Into the Second Dimension Feb 09th, 2017 London, England
WebGL 2.0 Feb 08th, 2017 Cambridge, Boston, USA
Introducing The OpenCL Memory Model (and a Surprise!) Feb 07th, 2017 Toronto, Ontario CA
Game Development with Unity WebGL Jan 25th, 2017 Milano, Italy
Introduction to OpenVX Jan 20th, 2017 Bangalore, India
WebGL and Animation Jan 17th, 2017 London, England
WebGL Holiday Party Dec 20th, 2016 San Francisco, California
(Let’s) Demo Night! Dec 14th, 2016 Milano, Italy
Post Processing in GLSL Dec 14th, 2016 Cambridge, USA
Computer Graphics on the Web Anniversary Drinks Dec 14th, 2016 Melbourne, Australia
Virtual Realities: How graphics standards are solving the challenges of VR Nov 30th, 2016 London, Britain
Vulkan for mobile Nov 29th, 2016 Oslo, Norway
Generative 3D Art with Streamcolors Nov 24th, 2016 Milano, Italy
Introduction to WebGL and three.js Nov 22nd, 2016 Düsseldorf, Germany
A WebGL workflow using Clara.io and Babylon.js Nov 15th, 2016 London, UK
Tutorial: Tunnel Effect in OpenGL Nov 09th, 2016 Cambridge, Massachusetts
WebGL Creativeness Oct 27th, 2016 Milano, Italy
Instruments for discovery in WebGL shaders (GLSL) with Patricio Gonzalez Vivo Oct 19th, 2016 New York, New York
Monthly Meeting - Talk WebGL, OpengGL, Vulkan Oct 14th, 2016 Austin, Texas
Meet the Google Chrome Team Sep 29th, 2016 Milano, Italy
Khronos Social Drinks Sep 27th, 2016 Melbourne, Australia
OpenGL ES on Android Jump Start Sep 24th, 2016 Cambridge, USA
SIGGRAPH 2016, retours sur la conférence Sep 05th, 2016 Toulouse, France
WebGL - The State of the Art plus Networking Sep 02nd, 2016 London, England
Use OpenCL with R for HPC & OpenGL/Vulkan for interactive visualisation Aug 31st, 2016 Brisbane, Australia
Visualising Data Aug 24th, 2016 Melbourne, Australia
Qt graphics stack and its usage of Khronos technologies Aug 17th, 2016 Oslo, Norway
Use OpenCL with R for HPC & OpenGL/Vulkan for interactive visualisation Aug 10th, 2016 Brisbane, Australia
GPU Acceleration for Tile Based Deferred Renderers: Making Mobile Graphics Fast Aug 10th, 2016 Cambridge, USA
Khronos Bangalore Chapter - Kick-off Meet! Jul 27th, 2016 Bangalore, India
A Year in Review Jul 18th, 2016 Milano, Italy
OpenVX - a standard API for accelerating computer vision Jul 14th, 2016 Hyderabad, India
Introduction to Three.js 3D Graphics Workshop Jul 12th, 2016 Cambridge, USA
Interactive Visualization of Deep Space Missions for Immersive Environments Jun 08th, 2016 Oslo, Norway
OpenGL for Demoscene and VR Jun 08th, 2016 Cambridge, USA
Brisbane Khronos Group & Brisbane GPU Users Pub Meetup Jun 01st, 2016 Brisbane, Australia
Computer Graphics on the Web May 31st, 2016 Victoria, Australia
Techniques interactives d’exploration de grandes quantités de données May 31st, 2016 Toulouse, France
Interactive 3D design with HelloEnjoy May 26th, 2016 Milano,
Moving to Vulkan : How to make your 3D graphics more explicit May 26th, 2016 Cambridge, England
GLSL part 2 May 17th, 2016 London, England
First Rhein-Ruhr Khronos Meeting May 07th, 2016 Dinslaken, Germany
Introduction to WebGL 2 Apr 26th, 2016 New York, New York
3D graphics and compute API overview - OpenGL, WebGL, Vulkan, OpenCL Apr 25th, 2016 , Prague

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