NVIDIA Hosted A Vulkan Developers Day This Week
Written by Michael Larabel in NVIDIA on 20 January 2016 at 11:35 AM EST. 34 Comments
NVIDIA yesterday hosted a Vulkan Developers Day at their campus for graphics developers to learn more about the next-generation Khronos API.

For those that weren't invited to this event, NVIDIA recorded the videos and they'll be making them public once The Khronos Group officially announces the new API. Since being delayed last year, the latest rumors I've heard from stakeholders is that Vulkan 1.0 will probably be announced in March.

More details on the NVIDIA Vulkan Developers Day can be found via this NVIDIA blog post.
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