Matrix Studio is an Integrated Development Environment to develop OpenCL software. It helps ou create multicore software without coding the host (100% OpenCL).
Downloads for Windows 64:
Download daily builds (3D):
If you want to use Matrix Studio, just download the distribution for your platform on using on of the links above.
If you want to tinker with the code: fork or clone the repository:
git clone https://github.com/pascal-ballet/matrixstudio.git
Then you can run Matrix Studio with:
cd matrixstudio ./gradlew run
It's easy too import the project in any IDE that supports gradle (IntelliJ, Eclipse with BuildShip and Netbeans with the gradle plugin).
To run Matrix Studio from the IDE, the main class is
If you're using a mac, you must add
-XstartOnFirstThread on the JVM arguments (reference).
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