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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.
NVIDIA RTX enables developers to create breathtaking, interactive worlds with performance that exceeds gamers expectations. Integrating RTX has never been easier – gain access through popular game engines such as Unreal Engine or through standalone SDKs made available at GTC.
Unreal Engine 5 (UE5) is available in Early Access, delivering the next-generation engine from Epic Games that will further propel the industry forward.
NetEase Thunder Fire Games Uses Mesh Shading To Create Beautiful Game Environments for Justice In December, we interviewed Haiyong Qian, NetEase Game Engine Development Researcher and Manager of NetEase Thunder Fire Games Technical Center, to see what he’s learned as the Justice team added NVIDIA ray-tracing solutions to their development pipeline. Their results were nothing … Continued