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5 Omniverse Sessions You Can’t Miss at GTC 21

NVIDIA GTC runs online, April 12-16, and is set to draw tens of thousands of technologists, business leaders and creators from around the world. It will kick off with a live streamed keynote by NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang, and feature over 1,400 speaker sessions.

Register for free and discover how next-generation collaboration and simulation are bringing the future closer for developers across industries. 

Here are five Omniverse sessions developers can’t miss at GTC21:

Omniverse Physics: Learn how Omniverse leverages technologies like NVIDIA PhysX 5, Blast, and Flow to provide spectacular real-time rigid-body and fluid dynamics.

Building Omniverse Kit Apps and Extensions: Discover what’s new with Omniverse Kit, and learn more about the many frameworks and tools available to create your own Omniverse apps. 

Want to discuss Omniverse with NVIDIA experts? Join us for our virtual event Develop for Omniverse Kit, where we’ll be discussing what’s next in store for the open platform. Learn about the current features and capabilities, and how you can build your own apps and extensions.

The event will run on Tuesday, April 20 from 5:00-6:00pm PDT and Wednesday, April 21 from 5:00-6:00pm PDT.  Register now to save the date for this special event. 

Making a Connector for Omniverse: Learn how to connect with the Omniverse platform and be able to send data to it, establish a live sync session, and get started with USD.

Building Microservices for Omniverse: Explore how to use various SDKs within Omniverse to build microservices quickly and easily.

Collaborative Game Development Using Omniverse: See how game development content creation pipelines can be fundamentally transformed using USD and MDL in Omniverse.

Register for free and check out GTC sessions that dive into the latest technologies for graphics and simulation. A quick registration is required to view the GTC catalog with hundreds of free sessions covering simulation, graphics, design, and more.

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