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Dell Precision Workstations Receive Speed & Memory Updates
Posted By Rahul Tikoo| June 30, 2016
It's an exciting time for creators. With all the new technology and solutions coming to the market, professional creators now have more powerful and comprehensive tools at their disposal than ever before. From filmmakers and artists to designers and engineers, all are branching into new areas of creation using key new technologies such as virtualization, virtual reality and augmented reality. We'r ...
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Kraken 1.2 for Fabric Engine
Posted By Eric Thivierge| June 24, 2016
Early this year we released Kraken 1.1 which provided compatibility with Fabric 2.0. A lot has happened since then and this post will let you know all about the latest and greatest update, Kraken 1.2. In a nutshell, Kraken is an Open Source rigging solution for Fabric Engine that allows you to use and define rigs and solvers that produce identical results across different animation applications. S ...
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Dell Powers 'The Angry Birds Movie'
Posted By Karl Paetzel| May 27, 2016
In advance of the movie's release, Dell co-hosted an event with NVIDIA and Sony Pictures Imageworks in Los Angeles, featuring a panel discussion on the technology and creative process behind the film followed by a VIP screening for our customers and other special guests. I was joined on stage by Danny Dimian, Imageworks' VFX Supervisor and Steve Childers, Layout Supervisor for The Angry Birds Movi ...
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GTC 2016 - The Future Is Here
Posted By Karen Moltenbrey| April 06, 2016
SAN JOSE, CA - The Nvidia GTC conference kicked off in San Jose, and the first day proved to be quite impressive. In fact, I was won over during the first two hours, which was when Nvidia co-founder/CEO Jen-Hsun Huang delivered his keynote speech. The overall theme, of course, was the need for GPUs to accelerate computers to do the type of work that those attending the conference do - which is mor ...
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Lenovo Commits To Bringing VR Solutions To Pro Industries
Posted By Robert Herman| April 05, 2016
Imagine opening the door of a gleaming new building and touring each floor before the groundbreaking even takes place. Or seeing every piece of an innovative new automotive engine powering a spectacular new car before the block is cast. Or using that new product before the first prototype is fabricated. That's the reality of virtual reality. It's not just for blasting zombies in the gaming and ent ...
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Rendering Made Easy: Iray Server Makes Light Work Of Complex Design
Posted By Phil Miller| February 24, 2016
Ever wish you could harness the power of an entire network of workstations to make light work of your most complex designs? Now you can, with Iray Server, our distributed rendering software. Available for a free 90-day trial starting today, Iray Server coordinates a network of machines as a "cluster" to speed the creation of images. It runs on the hardware of your choice. And you can use it with a ...
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Nvidia's Iray Comes To Autodesk Maya, Enabling Faster, More Accurate Designs
Posted By Cassie Thibodeau| December 18, 2015
Autodesk Maya users can create their designs faster and more easily than ever, thanks to our new Iray plug-in for the popular software. Maya is used by tens of thousands of designers, as well as commercial production companies that service the needs of the design industry. These creatives can experience the Iray for Maya plug-in with unlimited use with our 90-day trial, and they can purchase throu ...
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What Makes the HP ZBook 17 with Quadro K5100M a Mobile Video Dream Machine?
Posted By Shawn Worsell for NVIDIA| September 10, 2013
From the seismic interpreter looking for oil deposits in the remote Athabasca Tar Sands, to the design engineer making final edits on his widget while on vacation at the beach, to the event videographer shooting HD for the evening news, mobile workstations are being used by more professionals than ever. The new HP ZBook 17 Mobile Workstation with the NVIDIA Quadro K5100M GPU, with GPUDirect for Vi ...
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Solid by Design: 5 Reasons Why SolidWorks 201 on GRID VCA is a Game Changer
Posted By Ankit Patel for NVIDIA| September 10, 2013
Six months after SolidWorks joined us on stage at the GPU Technology Conference to announce our collaboration on NVIDIA GRID GPU virtualization, we've reached a watershed for the design industry. Specifically, SolidWorks has certified the NVIDIA GRID Visual Computing Appliance (VCA) - our turnkey GPU virtualization offering for small and midsize businesses - for their upcoming release of SolidWork ...
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GDC Roundup
Posted By Karen Moltenbrey| April 07, 2010
18,250. That is the number of attendees at this year’s Game Developers Conference (GDC). A record. Not bad considering the drop in numbers at the other related trade shows during the past 12 months, including SIGGRAPH. Like always, GDC featured many software and hardware vendors showing off their products. I won’t list them here, but you can find the releases in the special News area dedicated to ...
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The Case for a 'Mass Effect' Movie
Posted By Hollywood.com| February 03, 2010
For the uninitiated, Mass Effect is a sci-fi RPG video game series from developer BioWare that finds the player taking on the role of a human soldier, Commander Shepard, who is tasked with investigating an ancient race of aliens believed to be a threat to not only mankind but the known universe. With the recent release of the second game in the series (to as equally rave reviews as the first entry ...
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