NVIDIA CloudXR™ SDK - Registered Program


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The NVIDIA CloudXR SDK provides a way to stream graphics-intensive augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR) or mixed reality (MR), content often called XR, over a radio signal (5G or Wifi) or ethernet. The SDK enables immediate streaming of OpenVR applications to a number of 5G-connected Android devices providing the benefits of graphics-intensive applications on relatively low-powered graphics hardware.

If you are a

  • Telco provider that wants to integrate CloudXR into your infrastructure
  • Network integrator that would like to provide streaming XR to your clients
  • HMD manufacturers that would like to add CloudXR support to your platform
  • Independent software vendor that would like to support CloudXR solutions
  • Enterprise user or IT manager that would like to use CloudXR to provide XR at every desktop

Please apply to become a member of the program by clicking the “Join now” button below and complete the form. Note that you must be a registered NVIDIA developer in order to join the program.


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NVIDIA DGX server model rendered in real-time by NVIDIA Omniverse and transmitted to a tablet using CloudXR.

Requirements


Operating System Windows 10 or later
Dependencies

NVIDIA GeForce, Quadro and Tesla products with Pascal or newer generation GPUs.

Development Environment OpenVR compatible application, SteamVR

Operating System Windows 7, 8, 10 or later
Dependencies

NVIDIA GeForce, Quadro and Tesla products with Pascal or newer generation GPUs.

Supported Devices Vive, Vive Pro, Vive Pro Eye, Valve Index

Operating System Android 7.0/SDK24 or later
SoC

OpenGL ES 3.0 or later
Hardware HEVC Decoder capable of 4K @ 60hz

Supported Devices Vive Focus Plus, Oculus Quest, GearVR

Operating System Android 7.0/SDK24 or later, with Google Play Services for AR installed
SoC

OpenGL ES 3.0 or later
Hardware HEVC Decoder capable of 4K @ 60hz

Supported Devices Google ARCore supported devices list