Simulation / Modeling / Design

Explore the Latest in Graphics with Professional Visualization Sessions at NVIDIA GTC

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The latest breakthroughs in graphics technologies are elevating workflows across industries—and you can experience it all at the NVIDIA GTC, begins November 8.  

There are several GTC sessions for professional content creators, engineers, and developers looking to explore new tools and techniques accelerated by NVIDIA.

We will showcase how NVIDIA is powering real-time ray tracing technologies and advanced AI capabilities that help users build realistic visualizations and 3D content faster. Attendees will hear from special guest speakers such as Michael Berhanu, Co-founder of ARMA, and Konrad Tollmar, Research Director at Electronic Arts.

Register for free and discover all the new ways you can enhance your graphic workflows. 

Enter the Omniverse for Product Design and Manufacturing
From manufacturing to design and engineering, Omniverse has the potential to revolutionize the way we build. Join this session and get deeper insights into the future of the manufacturing industry.

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Figure 1. 3D rendering of an island.

RTX Ray Tracing 101: Learn How to Build Ray Tracing Applications 
Learn more about OptiX, an application framework for achieving optimal ray-tracing performance on the GPU. Explore how to take advantage of the new OptiX Wrapper Library to quickly and easily develop OptiX-based ray tracing applications.

A long stand holds a hat and coat, placed in the center of the room, and is surrounded by cameras. Image courtesy of Peris Digital.
Figure 2. A snapshot of Peris Digital using technology and cameras to capture clothing.

Wearing the Omniverse: Photogrammetry Applied to Clothing
Creating digital clothing has traditionally been a laborious, time-consuming process. In this session, Peris Digital CTO Jesus Luque and Head Software Engineer, Sergio Martinez Portela will share how to use multiple technologies to digitize a 7.5 million-garment warehouse on-demand. This new production process not only lowers the production cost of each individual garment, but also increases the speed of creation.

Visual Neuronal Dynamics: Using Interactive Ray Tracing to Study Brain Networks
Learn about Visual Neuronal Dynamics (VND), a new software tool designed to visualize large neuronal models and brain simulations. John Stone, Senior Research Programmer at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, will present the new capabilities they have added to the OpenGL rasterization, NVIDIA OptiX ray tracing engines, and CUDA kernels that drive VND’s interactive visualizations.

Image of a 3D porcelain dragon. Image courtesy of Zhelong Xu.
Figure 3. Artist Zhelong Xu’s 3D rendering of a porcelain dragon.

What’s New in OptiX
This session offers a walkthrough of the newest additions to the OptiX API. It will cover the latest features, tips and tricks, and best practices for using OptiX in your application.

And don’t miss NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang’s special keynote address on November 9 at 9:00 a.m. CET, with a rebroadcast at 8:00 a.m. PST / 11:00 a.m. EST.

Register for free and explore the GTC sessions that cover the latest technologies in graphics, design, and simulation.

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