Vulkanised 2023 Vulkan Conference Slides/Videos Available

Written by Michael Larabel in Vulkan on 14 March 2023 at 07:00 AM EDT. 6 Comments
Taking place last month in the most wonderful city of Munich, The Khronos Group hosted Vulkanised 2023 as their Vulkan Developers' Conference and Meetup. The slides and videos from the event are now available, including talks on Valve's RADV effort and more.

Vulkanised 2023 in Munich was sponsored by AMD, Arm, Google, LunarG, Khronos, and Samsung for the three day event with more than 30 speakers.

Vulkanised 2023

The video and slides began appearing in February while before writing about it I was waiting for some of the remaining talks to have their assets uploaded, such as Valve's Friedrich Vock and Timur Kristóf talk about their work on the RADV driver.

Timur Kristóf also presented on mesh shaders:

There are also talks around Vulkan on Android, ANGLE use, transitioning from OpenGL, making use of Vulkan Variable Rate Shading, bindless rendering pipelines, Vulkan compute, RDNA3 Vulkan, and more. The video recordings and slides are available from
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