Our team has just released an add-on to the Tizen SDK 2.2.1 that provides support for OpenCL for ARM CPU and webCL - see https://developer.tizen.org/downloads/add-on-sdks#opencl
Those API's should allow application developers to improve application performance by exploiting the parallelism of multi-core processor, it is particularly tailored for computing-intensive tasks, such as image processing, physics simulations, gaming, 3D animation, computational photography, etc...
The Tizen add-on is our implementation of OpenCL 1.1 for ARM CPU. It works with the
Reference Device-PQ (https://wiki.tizen.org/wiki/Reference_Device-PQ) - also known as the "Tizen developer device" - which hosts a quduad-core ARM A9 processor.
The webCL implementation is as close as you can get to the current draft spec. (The specs have not been ratified yet but Tasneem Brutch - heading the webCL working group on webCL and proud member of our Lab - tells us that it is getting close).
The add-on only supports Linux for now and there are still a few limitations- for instance related to kernel compilation, so please read the release notes carefully and the developer guide.
This is really just a small step for application developers who want start playing around and experiment with the technology, engage with us on the topic and get a feeling of the things to come. There are only binaries for the moment but the sample apps that comes with it are open.
This is only the beginning - more will come - as always we welcome your input, participation, feedback (please tell us if you encounter bugs or something broken).
Hope you enjoy it