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Wednesday, August 2, 2006
OpenGL Control Passes to Khronos
8:31 AM | Andy Largent | 1 comment

The Architecture Review Board for the OpenGL API specification has voted to hand control to the Khronos Group, a technology organization already in control of a number of related 3D technologies. Big hitters like Apple and Google have also recently joined the group, which many hope will help OpenGL compete with the popular competing 3D API from Microsoft, DirectX.

With Apple so completely tied to OpenGL in its OS X operating system, we expect to hear about more good news about continuing to improve this open 3D specification. For more on this decision or the Khronus Group in general, check out their website.

Khronos Group
OpenGL ARB to Pass Control of OpenGL Specification to Khronos Group
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