Updates include the new Quadro M6000 GPU with 12 GB of memory and Maxwell GPU architecture, new features and performance in Iray 2015, and an upgraded Quadro Visual Computing Appliance.
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Media & Entertainment Track at GTC 2015 to highlight breakthroughs in GPU technology across broadcast, video, and filmmaking
MACOM, NVIDIA and Wohler/Cinnafilm Joint Venture to receive Engineering Excellence Awards; the American Society of Cinematographers and DigitalFilm Tree to receive the HPA Judges Award for Creativity and Innovation in Post Production.
NVIDIA’s new line-up of Quadro GPUs -- the K5200, K4200, K2200 and K620 -- are on display in Europe for the first time at the IBC conference in Amsterdam, Sept. 12-16.
NVIDIA technology uncouples traditional virtual camera capabilities from the limitations of stage environments, allowing filmmakers to interactively visualize CG assets composited into any live action set.
First introduced in March 2014 at the GPU Technology Conference as "Iray VCA," NVIDIA VCA dramatically accelerates ray tracing, enabling users to interact with computer models of such high visual fidelity that it can eliminate the need for 3D physical prototypes.
NVIDIA unveils its next generation of NVIDIA Quadro GPUs, delivering an enterprise-grade visual computing platform with up to twice the application performance and data-handling capability of the previous generation.
New NVIDIA GPU-powered features also now shipping in Adobe Creative Cloud video and imaging applications.
NVIDIA showcases ‘4K Your Way’ at NAB 2014, highlighting that their GPU technology powers over 150 solutions for broadcasters, VFX artists and post-production pros and supports demanding real-time 4K workflows.
At the GPU Tech. Conference NVIDIA introduced NVIDIA Iray Visual Computing Appliance (VCA), a GPU rendering appliance that dramatically accelerates ray tracing.
For the fifth consecutive year, every film nominated for the Oscar for Best Visual Effects is powered by NVIDIA technology, with NVIDIA GPUs playing an integral role in pipelines for WETA, Framestore, ILM and Pixomondo.
Tweak Software announced support for AJA Video's KONA 3G, T-TAP and Io XT and NVIDIA's GPUDirect for Video in RV-SDI.