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js - turbo.js - perform massive parallel computations in your browser with GPGPU.

  •    Javascript

turbo.js is a small library that makes it easier to perform complex calculations that can be done in parallel. The actual calculation performed (the kernel executed) uses the GPU for execution. This enables you to work on an array of values all at once. turbo.js is compatible with all browsers (even IE when not using ES6 template strings) and most desktop and mobile GPUs.

fieldplay - A vector field explorer

  •    Javascript

Vector fields explorer. Made with WebGL, love and passion. more examples...

regl-cnn - Digit recognition with Convolutional Neural Networks in WebGL

  •    Javascript

GPU accelerated handwritten digit recognition with regl. Note that this network will probably be slower than the corresponding network implemented on the CPU. This is because of the overhead associated with transferring data to and from the GPU. But in the future we will attempt implementing more complex networks in the browser, such as Neural Style, and then we think that we will see a significant speedup compared to the CPU.

Imogen - GPU Texture Generator

  •    Python

WIP of a GPU Texture generator using dear imgui for UI. Not production ready and a bit messy but really fun to code. Basically, add GPU and CPU nodes in a graph to manipulate and generate images. Nodes are hardcoded now but a discovery system is planned. Currently nodes can be written in GLSL or C or Python. Use CMake and VisualStudio to build it. Only Windows system supported for now.

post-process - A generic GLSL post-processing module for applying super-speedy GPU effects to img/video/canvas elements

  •    Javascript

A generic GLSL post-processing module for applying super-speedy GPU effects to any <img>, <canvas> or <video> element. If you're already working with a 3D scene you're better off using an FBO, but this is useful for cases where you've already got a 2D canvas/video thing and just want to add some niceties.Renders element to gl, using the shader specified above. You can optionally pass a width and height value to override the defaults, which are the dimensions of element.

glsl-read-float - Read floating point values back from WebGL

  •    Javascript

Workaround for reading floating point values back from the GPU using GLSL. Packs a floating point number into an 8bit RGBA color vector, which can be written to the display using gl_FragColor, for example.

sparkle - A modern particle engine running on GPU, using c++14 and OpenGL 4.4.

  •    C++

Spärkle is a particle engine running entirely on the GPU, inspired by the work of SquareEnix Advance Technology Division on Agni's Philosophy. It is written in C++ 14 and OpenGL 4.4.

fsynth - Web-based and pixels-based collaborative synthesizer

  •    Javascript

Fragment is a collaborative audiovisual live coding web. environment with pixels based (image-synth) live additive/spectral/granular synthesis and sequencing, the sound synthesis is powered by pixels data generated from live GLSL code and Processing.js code with many different types of input data. Fragment has only one fragment shader which has the particularity to be shared between the users of an online session, it update and compile on-the-fly as you or other peoples type, some settings are also synchronized between users such as slices and some global settings.

MMDLoader-app - sample applications for THREE.MMDLoader

  •    HTML

You are allowed to use Crypton's Vocaloid(Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Rin, and so on) stuffs (MMD models, songs, and so on) only if you follow the guideline set by Crypton Future Media, INC. for the usage of its characters.

glsl-transpiler - Transpile GLSL to JS

  •    Javascript

Transforms glsl source to optimized js code. It converts vectors and matrices to arrays, expands swizzles, applies expressions optimizations and provides stdlib for environment compatibility. Note that texture2D function expects whether ndarray instance or defined width and height parameters on passed array.

vuh - Vulkan compute for people

  •    C++

Vulkan is the most widely supported GPU programming API on modern hardware/OS. It allows to write truly portable and performant GPU accelerated code that would run on iOS, Android, Linux, Windows, macOS... NVidia, AMD, Intel, Adreno, Mali... whatever. At the price of ridiculous amount of boilerplate. Vuh aims to reduce the boilerplate to (a reasonable) minimum in most common GPGPU computing scenarios. The ultimate goal is to beat OpenCL in usability, portability and performance. saxpy implementation using vuh.