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3D-Tech News Around The Web / Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is there
« on: October 18, 2017, 08:54:27 AM »
The third major update of Windows 10 is there: Mixed Reality,  better Photo app, better Edge browser, improved security and PC gaming and more...

Today, we deliver the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update offering breakthroughs in creativity – from bringing mixed reality and 3D to the masses, to faster broadcasting for gaming, to turning photos and videos into real memories, and so much more. The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update can be experienced on a wide variety of Windows 10 PCs and on a range of Windows Mixed Reality headsets available for the first time today. We believe the PC is the ultimate canvas for creativity and can empower people to create like never before.


- Windows 10 Fall Creators Update -  Update Assistant

- What’s new in the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update @

- Windows 10 Fall Creators Update and mixed reality headsets available today; Announcing Surface Book 2

- Windows 10 Fall Creators Update: Lots of small changes—and maybe the revolution @

- The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is out now @

A defining feature of the new Volta GPU Architecture is its Tensor Cores, which give the Tesla V100 accelerator a peak throughput 12 times the 32-bit floating point throughput of the previous-generation Tesla P100.

Tensor Cores are already supported for Deep Learning training either in a main release or via pull requests in many Deep Learning frameworks (including Tensorflow, PyTorch, MXNet, and Caffe2). For more information about enabling Tensor Cores when using these frameworks, check out the Mixed-Precision Training Guide. For Deep Learning inference the recent TensorRT 3 release also supports Tensor Cores.

In this blog post we show you how you to use Tensor Cores in your own application using CUDA Libraries as well as how to program them directly in CUDA C++ device code.

esla V100’s Tensor Cores are programmable matrix-multiply-and-accumulate units that can deliver up to 125 Tensor TFLOPS for training and inference applications. The Tesla V100 GPU contains 640 Tensor Cores: 8 per SM. Tensor Cores and their associated data paths are custom-crafted to dramatically increase floating-point compute throughput at only modest area and power costs. Clock gating is used extensively to maximize power savings.

What are Tensor Cores?
Each Tensor Core provides a 4x4x4 matrix processing array which performs the operation D = A * B + C, where A, B, C and D are 4×4 matrices as Figure 1 shows. The matrix multiply inputs A and B are FP16 matrices, while the accumulation matrices C and D may be FP16 or FP32 matrices.

Each Tensor Core performs 64 floating point FMA mixed-precision operations per clock (FP16 input multiply with full-precision product and FP32 accumulate, as Figure 2 shows) and 8 Tensor Cores in an SM perform a total of 1024 floating point operations per clock. This is a dramatic 8X increase in throughput for deep learning applications per SM compared to Pascal GP100 using standard FP32 operations, resulting in a total 12X increase in throughput for the Volta V100 GPU compared to the Pascal P100 GPU.

Complete article:

GeeXLab - english forum / GeeXLab and ImGui: Tab support
« on: October 16, 2017, 04:20:49 PM »
Added support of tabs in ImGui using imgui_tabs.

A demo is available in the code sample pack:

GeeXLab - english forum / GeeXLab released for all platforms
« on: October 16, 2017, 03:47:12 PM »
GeeXLab is available for all platforms: Windows, Linux, macOS and Raspberry Pi.

Release notes:


Version history:

GeeXLab - english forum / GeeXLab and ImGui support on macOS
« on: October 16, 2017, 01:13:41 PM »
And the last platform: macOS. ImGui support for OpenGL 2.1 and OpenGL 3.2+ render paths:

GeeXLab - english forum / GeeXLab and ImGui support on Linux
« on: October 16, 2017, 01:11:56 PM »
Added in upcoming GeeXLab ImGui support for Linux with OpenGL 2.1, OpenGL 3.0, OpenGL 3.2+ and Vulkan render paths:

GeeXLab - english forum / GeeXLab and ImGui support on Raspberry Pi
« on: October 16, 2017, 01:08:47 PM »
Added in upcoming GeeXLab ImGui support for Raspberry Pi OpenGL 2.1 and OpenGL ES 2.0 render paths.

Microsoft has released the Windows 10 SDK version 10.0.16299.15 for Fall Creators Update.

The Windows 10 SDK for Fall Creators Update (10.0.16299.15) provides the latest headers, libraries, metadata, and tools for building Windows 10 apps. When used in conjunction with the latest version of Visual Studio 2017, the Windows 10 SDK provides the optimum experience for building apps for Windows 10.

More information and download:

The complete SDK will took around 758MB on your disk after download.

Thank you Darin for your feedback. It's weird because I compiled and tested GeeXLab on Raspbian Stretch and I didn't see this issue. Anyway, I will update the OpenGL ES support for the next release. Thanks!

GeeXLab - english forum / Re: simple Lua framework over GeeXLab Lua API
« on: September 30, 2017, 06:28:00 PM »
Yes I will try to code a skeleton of a high level framework as soon as possible....  :P   

3D-Tech News Around The Web / Apple releases Darwin kernel (XNU) source code
« on: September 30, 2017, 06:24:41 PM »
XNU kernel is part of the Darwin operating system for use in OS X and iOS operating systems. XNU is an acronym for XNU is Not Unix. XNU is a hybrid kernel combining the Mach kernel developed at Carnegie Mellon University with components from FreeBSD and C++ API for writing drivers called IOKit. XNU runs on I386, X86_64 for both single processor and multi-processor configurations.


Creative Technology has released the first public version of its Aurora SDK (software dev kit) that allows developers to program lighting effects on Sound BlasterX RGB-enabled hardware like the Sound BlasterX AE-5 gaming sound card.

Read more:

GeeXLab - english forum / How to build user interface with ImGui
« on: September 29, 2017, 05:27:01 PM »
Here is a tutorial that explains how to build simple user interfaces in GeeXLab with ImGui functions:

3D-Tech News Around The Web / NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti
« on: September 29, 2017, 01:31:55 PM »
According to latest news, NVIDIA plans to launch (end of October 2017) a new Pascal-based graphics card: the GTX 1070 Ti.

Possible specs:
- GP104 GPU
- 2432 CUDA cores
- around $400


3D-Tech News Around The Web / CPU-Z 1.81 released
« on: September 29, 2017, 12:41:55 PM »

GeeXLab - english forum / GeeXLab released
« on: September 29, 2017, 12:03:42 PM »
GeeXLab is available for Windows platforms only. The version for other platforms (Linux, macOS and RPi) will be available later.

More information about this new version:

Installed on Win10 64-bit + Radeon RX 470:

The new Firefox Quantum will be launched on November 14, 2017. But you can try the beta version now.

Engines are important, both in cars and in browsers. That’s why we’re so revved up this morning – we’re releasing the Beta of a whole new Firefox, one that’s powered by a completely reinvented, modernized engine. Since the version number – 57 – can’t really convey the magnitude of the changes we’ve made, and how much faster this new Firefox is, we’re calling this upcoming release Firefox Quantum.

So how we did we make Firefox Quantum so fast?

Firefox has historically run mostly on just one CPU core, but Firefox Quantum takes advantage of multiple CPU cores in today’s desktop and mobile devices much more effectively. This improved utilization of your computer’s hardware makes Firefox Quantum dramatically faster. One example: we’ve developed a breakthrough approach to laying out pages: a super fast CSS engine written in Rust, a systems programming language that Mozilla pioneered. Firefox’s new CSS engine runs quickly, in parallel across multiple CPU cores, instead of running in one slower sequence on a single core. No other browser can do this.


Atari published some details about its new gaming console: the box will run Linux on an AMD custom processor with Radeon GPU. The Ataribox will cost between $250 and $300.

In an exclusive interview last week with GamesBeat, Ataribox creator and general manager Feargal Mac (short for Mac Conuladh) said Atari will begin a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo this fall and launch the Ataribox in the spring of 2018. The Ataribox will launch with a large back catalog of the publisher’s classic games. The idea is to create a box that makes people feel nostalgic about the past, but it’s also capable of running the independent games they want to play today, like Minecraft or Terraria.

The new box will have an AMD custom processor with Radeon graphics. It will run the Linux operating system, with a user interface it’s customizing for TVs. Mac said that the machine will run PC games, but it will also be capable of doing streaming, running apps, browsing the web, and playing music. As far as games go, the machine will run the kind of games that a mid-range PC can do today, but it won’t run Triple-A games that require high-end PC performance.


As a Linux-based open system, the Ataribox will also promote freedom for users to run what they want. Users will have free access to the underlying OS to customize as they wish.


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