Munich Presentation: From OpenGL To Vulkan
Written by Michael Larabel in Vulkan on 9 April 2016 at 10:09 AM EDT. Add A Comment
There was a Khronos Munich Chapter Meeting yesterday where developer Sascha Willems presented on "From OpenGL To Vulkan" with various remarks about the new, high-performance graphics API.

While this presentation won't really come off as anything new to those who have already read the Vulkan documentation or watched many other presentations on the topic, but if you haven't or are just really fascinated by the Vulkan API, you can learn more about Vulkan and SPIR-V via this presentation.

You can see all of the slides for Sascha Willems presentation via his GitHub account for the Munich event that happened yesterday. Willems also hosts other Vulkan code samples and more for those looking to have some fun this weekend.
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