Last week we announced the release of our VR Funhouse Mod Kit allowing developers and hobbyists to create new experiences using Unreal Engine with integrated VRWorks and GameWorks technologies. This week, we are excited to announce a VR Funhouse Game Jam in partnership with Epic Games, Valve and HTC in Hamburg, Germany on the MS Bleichen (September 24-26).
Four UC Berkeley researchers developed a program to help grade papers during their time working as teaching assistants – and now, they’ve added artificial intelligence to their app to help instructors speed up the grading process. The team launched the online grading app Gradescope two years ago and have accumulated 10 million answers to around
Australian scientists made a significant discovery hiding behind the world-famous Great Barrier Reef. The discovery was made using cutting-edge surveying technology, which revealed vast fields of doughnut-shaped mounds measuring up to 300 meters across and up to 10 meters deep. “We’ve known about these geological structures in the northern Great Barrier Reef since the 1970s and
Moises Hernandez Fernandez, PhD student at University of Oxford shares how GPUs are being used to accelerate the analysis of the human brain’s underlying anatomical and structural organization, which can lead to a better understanding of neurological disorders like Alzheimer’s or Multiple Sclerosis. Using Tesla K80 GPUs and CUDA, the group at Oxford Centre for
DigitalGlobe, CosmiQ Works and NVIDIA recently announced the launch of the SpaceNet online satellite imagery repository. This public dataset of high-resolution satellite imagery contains a wealth of geospatial information relevant to many downstream use cases such as infrastructure mapping, land usage classification and human geography estimation. The SpaceNet release is unprecedented: it’s the first public