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OpenGL 3.0 Announced, Expected Soon

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Published on 12 August 2007 08:01 PM EDT
Written by Michael Larabel in Standards
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This past week at Siggraph 2007 the Khronos Group had announced OpenGL 3.0, which was previously known as OpenGL Longs Peak. The OpenGL 3.0 specification should be finalized by the end of August and may become publicly available in late September. Accompanying OpenGL 3.0 will be changes to the OpenGL Shading Language. The Khronos OpenGL 3.0 slides from Siggraph can be viewed at this website.

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