Siggraph 2011


Vancouver Convention Centre




07 August 2011 - 11 August 2011


ARM booth #665


The world's premier conference and exhibition on computer graphics and interactive techniques. Vancouver: one of the most beautiful and cosmopolitan cities in the world. And you, and your international colleagues, collaborators, and friends.

ARM® will be showcasing its latest graphics demonstrations, putting ARM Mali™ GPUs through their paces. Visit us to find out how Mali GPUs are bringing visual computing to life. We will be part of the Khronos™ Pavillion, booth number 665.


Attendees can also attend the “Introduction to Modern OpenGL Programming” course being jointly given by Dave Shreiner, Director of Graphics Technology at ARM:

Speaking Topic: Introduction to Modern OpenGL programming

Speaker: Edward Angel, University of New Mexico and Dave Shreiner, ARM Inc.

Date/Time: Sunday 7th August - 2:00 - 2:15pm

This course is an accelerated introduction to programming OpenGL, emphasizing the most modern methods for using the library. In recent years, OpenGL has evolved and fundamentally changed how programmers interact with the API. The course reviews each of the shader stages in OpenGL, how to specify data for rendering with OpenGL, and how OpenGL’s wealth of new functionality and features enables creation of ever-richer content.

For additional information on this event please visit the Siggraph 2011 Homepage


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