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Engineers, product developers and designers worldwide attended GTC to learn how the latest NVIDIA technologies are accelerating real-time, interactive rendering and simulation workflows.

We showcased the latest NVIDIA-powered AI and real-time ray tracing tools that have made creativity faster and easier for artists and designers. We also discussed with industry luminaries about their vision for the future of AI and real-time ray tracing, and how Autodesk and Adobe have integrated the technology into their most popular applications. All of these GTC sessions are now available through NVIDIA On-Demand.

The developer resources listed below are exclusively available to NVIDIA Developer Program members. Join today for free in order to get access to the tools and training necessary to build on NVIDIA’s technology platform.

On-Demand Sessions

A Shared Vision for the Future of AI: Fireside Chat with NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang, and Adobe CTO Abhay Parasnis
Learn from the CTO of Adobe, Abhay Parasnis, and NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang about the powerful impact AI has on the world’s most inspiring creators and where it will take us next.

Digital Human for Digital Twins
Speakers: NVIDIA, wrnch, Reallusion

Watch this talk about the importance of simulating human action and movement in a digital environment, and how advancements in AI are paving the way for digital-twin humans.

The Future of GPU Ray Tracing
Speakers: Adobe/Solid Angle, OTOY, Blur Studio, Epic Games, Pixar, Redshift Rendering Technologies, Isotropix, Chaos Group

This panel discussion features leaders of GPU accelerated ray tracing sharing their thoughts around the technology and impact to creative professionals and workflows.

New SDK Releases

NVIDIA OptiX 7.3 Available Now
Download the latest version of OptiX that offers improved ray tracing performance while reducing GPU resources.

Accelerate Special Effects with NanoVDB
NanoVDB adds real time rendering GPU support for OpenVDB. Download the latest version now, which includes memory savings while generating complex special effects.

All the professional graphics and simulation sessions at GTC are now available for free on NVIDIA On-Demand.