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Latest release’s new and enhanced features in the virtual production toolset, nDisplay support for SMPTE ST 2110, and VCam are boosting the game engine's adoption across entertainment content production pipelines.
Revealed at Autodesk University 2023: The Design and Make Conference, the new platform connects entire production pipelines with Maya and 3rd party artist tools from SideFX, Avid, and Foundry. plugging directly into the open ecosystem.
Three presenters at NVIDIA GTC, the conference for AI and the metaverse, talked about their adoption of real-time virtual production integrated with the technology giant’s end-to-end platform for building and operating 3D virtual worlds, a growing movement supported by Exxact Corporation, a Fremont, CA-based provider of high-performance computing solutions.
Proxi.id integration now provides fast verification and licensing of Foundry’s Education Collective package, including Nuke, Katana, Mari and Modo – free to those enrolled at one of Foundry’s Education Partners.
The high-performance platform is purpose-built to power generative AI and media and entertainment workflows with NVIDIA’s new universal GPU for data centers based on the NVIDIA Ada Lovelace architecture.
‘Foundry Learn and Education’ meetups and presentations at the conference include techniques in compositing from Unity Wētā Tools, Boxel Studios, and Action VFX and lighting and 3D techniques from Foundry product experts.
The writer and director of the first animated short whose imagery was entirely generated with OpenAI’s DALL-E takes a deep dive into the nuts and bolts of AI production and what this hard charging, disruptive technology could mean for M&E.
Epic Games brings the event way down South to help Unreal Engine users from Australia, New Zealand, and Southeast Asia broaden their skills and build community.
The new collaboration allows artists to connect their preferred content creation tools in a unified production pipeline for faster, easier changes and enhanced content production, with a lower barrier of entry for accessing M&E workflows.
Marketing Consultant Robert Moore shares his insights on how new high-performance, high-efficiency, NVIDIA GPU-based Supermicro servers optimized for NVIDIA Omniverse™ Enterprise, are enabling new paradigms of distributed, collaborative entertainment content production.
Designed for the media and entertainment industry, the new previsualization integration streamlines review and collaboration with real-time preview of 3D models.
Hosted by Post New York Alliance (PNYA), the Hollywood Professional Association (HPA), and Fuse Technical Group, the January 26 event will explore how filmmakers can utilize Unreal Engine to enhance their projects, including presentation, speakers, and Q&A.
The Fremont, CA-based provider of high-performance digital hardware helps bring real-time collaboration to a growing clientele.
Enhancements in the latest version include a host of improvements and additions to toolsets specific to the animation and VFX industries’ needs.
New funding round values company at more than $4 billion; money earmarked to accelerate growth in sports and interactive entertainment as well as grow animation division.
This free virtual presentation and live Q&A will explore the increasing importance of GPU memory – and the NVIDIA RTX product family - as new applications add AI, real-time rendering, and simulation capabilities to their feature sets to enable even greater creativity.
A fireside chat with ‘Love, Death + Robots’ creator Tim Miller and talks with Wētā Digital / Unity, Animal Logic, Framestore and other top studios about the latest in cloud-enabled content workflows and products highlight Amazon Web Services’ conference plans this coming August 8-11.
This free virtual presentation will explore the latest enhancements to NVIDIA® Omniverse™ Enterprise, and purpose-built BOXX hardware optimized to run this groundbreaking collaboration and simulation environment.
The audit-compliant cloud-based rendering solution that promotes remote collaboration across 3D graphic production pipelines is now part of the Google Cloud ecosystem.
Cloud considerations can help leverage and future-proof your investments in virtual production workflows.
RFX founder Ray Feeney and executive Prashant Buyyala explain how the RFX Virtual Studio with NVIDIA Omniverse™ Enterprise could change the world of M&E. This Virtual Studio is being made available for a two-week free trial for any interested creative team.
This free virtual presentation will explore new means of digital storytelling using virtual sets, real-time rendering, and cinematic-quality ray tracing enhanced by the latest NVIDIA® RTX™ solutions, NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise, NVIDIA Virtual GPU (vGPU), and GPU-accelerated software applications.