OCLToys: a collection of OpenCL demo

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  1. Dade

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    I have collected some of my old OpenCL demo at http://code.google.com/p/ocltoys. It is a collection of Computer Graphics and Ray Tracing related demo. They are mostly useful for someone looking for an introduction to OpenCL. OCLToys includes also a new version of the good old SmallPTGPU (http://forum.beyond3d.com/showthread.php?t=55913) with a couple of new features like participating media:

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    and SSS:

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    There are pre-compiled binaries for Linux 64bit and Windows 64bit available at http://code.google.com/p/ocltoys/downloads/list.

    There is also a WebCL version of SmallPTGPU available at https://ocltoys.googlecode.com/hg/web/webcl/smallptgpu/webcl-smallptgpu.html. You can install WebCL support in Firefox 20 with just one click (more information available here: http://webcl.nokiaresearch.com).

    It is the first time I have used WebCL and I was impressed, it has a great potential.

    P.S. AMD could use this screen-shot to advertise the HD7970 :wink:

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  2. Lightman

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    Thanks for your effort!
    I was looking forward to new SmallPT and I never have enough OpenCL apps on my PC.

    Thaiti is a monster in OCL :smile:
     
  3. jiaolu

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    that's most interesting
     
  4. darkblu

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    Thank you, Dade, this is quite useful and much appreciated!
     
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