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SIGGRAPH 2012: Graphics Is As Exciting As Ever
Posted By Kathleen Maher| August 14, 2012
I stayed at SIGGRAPH all the way through, and I even heard the bag pipes play "Amazing Grace" when SIGGRAPH closed. If anyone knows why they play "Amazing Grace" at the end of trade shows, please let me know. Playing a hymn to send everyone home is ...
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Posted By George Maestri| August 08, 2012
The trade show floor opened this morning, and the show got into full swing. The trade show seemed a bit bigger and more fleshed out this year, perhaps indicating that travel budgets are getting healthier. As usual, the show floor was a mix of ...
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Posted By George Maestri| August 07, 2012
Mondays at Siggraph are usually fairly quiet. The show really heats up when the trade show opens on Tuesday, so most of the people at the show on Monday are there for the papers, panels, and art exhibits. Still, there were quite a few things to see. ...
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Posted By Kathleen Maher| August 07, 2012
Siggraph returns to LA and the clans gather from all over the world Siggraph is a hardy organization built from the work of true-believing volunteers working within the ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) is addicted to LA. Los Angeles, home to ...
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Epic Graphics
Posted By Andrew Burnes| June 12, 2012
Last year at GDC 2011, Epic Games unveiled their Unreal Engine 3 Samaritan demo in partnership with NVIDIA, giving gamers a preview of next-generation graphics. Pushing three GeForce GTX 580s operating in SLI to their limit, Samaritan wowed all with ...
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Nvidia's VGX Technology
Posted By Alex Herrera| June 05, 2012
Nvidia fills its annual Graphics Technology Conference (GTC) with details on all kinds of uses for its GPUs. This year, the company showcased VGX, a technology for harnessing its new Kepler GPUs as remote renderers to serve many, potentially distant ...
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Nvidia GPUs Render Stunning Visuals In Transformers Ride
Posted By Dominick Spina| May 30, 2012
Universal Studios took the wraps off its latest attraction recently, a $40 million technological tour de force stuffed with more high-tech gadgetry than an electronics superstore. The new Transformers: The Ride at Universal Studios, Hollywood, is ...
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