Archives for Nvidia
Nvidia’s GPU conference is happening this week and GPU related companies have been making interesting announcements. For its part, OTOY, a world-leader in GPU rendering tech, has unveiled a slew of major announcements and product updates for 2015.
Cloud based platform adds automatic real-time lightmap technology making CL3VER 3.0 game changing for 3D visualization and project storytelling.
Viewpoint: Mac Pro, What Does Apple Mean by Pro? A View from a Professional in 3D, Animation, VFX and Video Games
In this Viewpoint contribution Akiko Ashley, Architosh associate editor and co-founder of 3D animation studio Luminetik, delivers a compelling critique of the new 2013 Mac Pro, a workstation class computer that has been Apple’s most interesting new Mac product in years. With a background in visual effects for major TV and film productions, Luminetik provides Miss Ashley with a perspective on what studios really need in their pipeline hardware and what is good and bad about Apple’s latest Mac Pro in meeting that standard.
JPR analyst sees new Mac Pro as evidence that AMD’s new aggressive strategies to win market share in the workstation market from Nvidia are starting to work
We recap NVIDIA’s announcements and focus on the Quadro K6000
We continue with some additional pictures from the SIGGRAPH 2013 show floor
Lightworks is showcasing its latest Iray+ technology along with other tech at SIGGRAPH this year
New evidence suggest new Mac Pros coming soon–new Nvidia Titan drivers spotted in OS X 10.8.4 beta
Nvidia intros Keplar class for wider audience and K5000 for Mac spotted in Mountain Lion
Mac and iOS CAD/3D News: We have tidbits on Vectorworks, Bentley and NVIDIA at the CES event
Next iMacs and their details may be released tomorrow…
Nvidia announces new Quadro K5000 GPU for Mac Pros at IBC
Nvidia has announced its SIGGRAPH lineup for Vancouver next month
Nvidia’s GPU Efforts Reach Out to Community of Developers
Mac CAD and 3D News: We have tidbits on Nvidia at NAB video, a ParaCloud webinar and Chaos Group’s new V-Ray 2.0 for Maya