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Nvidia’s 8 Biggest GTC 2020 Product Announcements You Might Have Missed

The chipmaker’s biggest product announcements at GTC 2020 include a new type of processor Nvidia believes will benefit every data center, new GPUs for professionals, software that brings new AI capabilities to videoconferencing and an expanded partnership with VMware.

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Nvidia Omniverse 3-D Production Collaboration Platform Enters Open Beta

Nvidia announced that its Omniverse platform for real-time collaboration in 3-D production environments has entered open beta.

The platform is an Nvidia RTX-based 3-D simulation and collaboration platform that allows remote teams to collaborate on the same project in real time using different programs, and it’s supported by software from a variety of vendors, including Adobe, Autodesk and SideFX.

The platform supports real-time collaboration across multiple software programs thanks to its use of Pixar’s Universal Scene Description format for enabling universal exchange between 3-D applications.

“Physical and virtual worlds will increasingly be fused,” said Huang in a statement. “Omniverse gives teams of creators spread around the world or just working from home the ability to collaborate on a single design as easily as editing a document. This is the beginning of the Star Trek Holodeck, realized at last.”

Nvidia said more than 40 companies and 400-plus individual creators and developers had participated in a yearlong early access program. Among the early adopters are Industrial Light & Magic and Ericsson.

“Nvidia continues to advance state-of-the-art graphics hardware, and Omniverse showcases what is possible with real-time ray tracing,” said Francois Chardavoine, vice president of technology at Lucasfilm and Industrial Light & Magic, in a statement. “The potential to improve the creative process through all stages of VFX and animation pipelines will be transformative.”

 
 
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