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No More NURBS: Try PSPS
Qingde Li (University of Hull)
The goal of this session is to show how to create geometric shapes in GPUs, by taking advantage of GPU's tessellation feature, using the state of the art spline technique called PSP splines (PSPS). PSPS are simpler than B-splines in its mathematical ...Read More
The goal of this session is to show how to create geometric shapes in GPUs, by taking advantage of GPU's tessellation feature, using the state of the art spline technique called PSP splines (PSPS). PSPS are simpler than B-splines in its mathematical form, but are much more powerful than NURBS in geometric design. Compared with Bezier, B-spline, NURBS, design a geometric shape using PSPS is much more efficient, flexible and more intuitive. In this session we will describe what PSPS are and demonstrate how to directly implement PSPS in GLSL or HLSL in the tessellation stages to create new geometries.   Back
 
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Computer Aided Engineering, Digital Product Design & Styling, Game Development, GTC 2014 - ID S4240
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Computer Vision
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High-Resolution Facial Performance Capture Using CUDA
Jerome Courchay (Telecom SudParis)
Learn how to use GPU for accelerating 3D registration with Kinect or similar devices in order to capture highly-detailed facial performance in real time or at an interactive speed. We describe the energy-based approach that we borrowed from Hao Li et ...Read More
Learn how to use GPU for accelerating 3D registration with Kinect or similar devices in order to capture highly-detailed facial performance in real time or at an interactive speed. We describe the energy-based approach that we borrowed from Hao Li et al. paper published at SGP 2008. We also explain why we can benefit from GPU computation power and achieve higher quality and more detail at interactive speeds. Finally, we elaborate on how real-time performance can be achieved by improving our CUDA-based implementation.   Back
 
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Computer Vision, Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality, Game Development, Real-Time Graphics, GTC 2014 - ID S4414
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Emerging Companies Summit
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Emerging Companies Summit: Early Stage Challenge Featuring Aerys
Jean-Marc Le Roux (Aerys)
Topics covered in this session include: Minko: game development & real-time graphics applications for web & mobile platforms    Panelists: Scott Budman (Business & Technology Reporter, NBC) Jeff Herbst (Vi ...Read More

Topics covered in this session include: Minko: game development & real-time graphics applications for web & mobile platforms 

 

Panelists: Scott Budman (Business & Technology Reporter, NBC) Jeff Herbst (Vice President of Business Development, NVIDIA) Jens Hortsmann (Executive Producer & Managing Partner, Crestlight Venture Productions) Pat Moorhead (President and Principal Analyst, Moor Insights & Strategy) Bill Reichert (Managing Director, Garage Technology Ventures)

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Emerging Companies Summit, Game Development, Real-Time Graphics, GTC 2014 - ID ECS400
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Emerging Companies Summit: Early Stage Challenge Featuring Okam Studio
Juan Linietsky (Okam Studio)
Topics covered in this session include: Video game development & technology consulting    Panelists: Scott Budman (Business & Technology Reporter, NBC) Jeff Herbst (Vice President of Business Development, NVID ...Read More

Topics covered in this session include: Video game development & technology consulting 

 

Panelists: Scott Budman (Business & Technology Reporter, NBC) Jeff Herbst (Vice President of Business Development, NVIDIA) Jens Hortsmann (Executive Producer & Managing Partner, Crestlight Venture Productions) Pat Moorhead (President and Principal Analyst, Moor Insights & Strategy) Bill Reichert (Managing Director, Garage Technology Ventures)

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Emerging Companies Summit, Game Development, Rendering & Animation, GTC 2014 - ID ECS408
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Emerging Companies Summit: Early Stage Challenge Featuring oMobio, Inc.
Tom Meyer (oMobio, Inc.)
Topics covered in this session include: GPU-accelerated computer vision for mobile AR applications    Panelists: Scott Budman (Business & Technology Reporter, NBC) Jeff Herbst (Vice President of Business Developme ...Read More

Topics covered in this session include: GPU-accelerated computer vision for mobile AR applications 

 

Panelists: Scott Budman (Business & Technology Reporter, NBC) Jeff Herbst (Vice President of Business Development, NVIDIA) Jens Hortsmann (Executive Producer & Managing Partner, Crestlight Venture Productions) Pat Moorhead (President and Principal Analyst, Moor Insights & Strategy) Bill Reichert (Managing Director, Garage Technology Ventures)

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Emerging Companies Summit, Game Development, Mobile Applications, GTC 2014 - ID ECS409
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Game Development
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NVIDIA VisualFX SDK: Enabling Cinematic Effects in Games
Monier Maher (NVIDIA), Nathan Reed (NVIDIA), Simon Green (NVIDIA), Tae-Yong Kim (NVIDIA)
The NVIDIA VisualFx SDK provides game developers a turnkey solution to enable cinematic effects like interactive fire and smoke, fur, waves , global illumination and more in games. All these complex, realistic effects are provided in an easy-to-use S ...Read More
The NVIDIA VisualFx SDK provides game developers a turnkey solution to enable cinematic effects like interactive fire and smoke, fur, waves , global illumination and more in games. All these complex, realistic effects are provided in an easy-to-use SDK to facilitate the integration and tuning in any given game engine. In this session we will provide an overview of the different VisualFX SDK modules, the roadmap and some case studies on how they were successfully used.  Back
 
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Game Development, Rendering & Animation, Visual Effects & Simulation, GTC 2014 - ID S4618
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Bringing Digital Fur to Computer Games
Tae-Yong Kim (NVIDIA)
Fur rendering is one of the most important, but computationally expensive tasks in digitally creating animal creatures in films and games. We explain how features of recent GPUs can be used to create visually realistic rendering and simulation of fu ...Read More
Fur rendering is one of the most important, but computationally expensive tasks in digitally creating animal creatures in films and games. We explain how features of recent GPUs can be used to create visually realistic rendering and simulation of fur and hairs. Our fur technology consists of 1) authoring pipeline to prepare hair assets in artist friendly tools 2) simulation engine to move hairs on skinned, animated characters 3) rendering and tessellation engine that creates millions of hair primitives on the fly all inside GPUs. We also share real-world challenges we faced in integrating the fur module into highly anticipated upcoming games such as Witcher 3, Call of Duty - Ghosts.   Back
 
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Game Development, Combined Simulation & Real-Time Visualization, Real-Time Graphics, Visual Effects & Simulation, GTC 2014 - ID S4179
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Smoke & Mirrors: Advanced Volumetric Effects for Games
Nuttapong Chentanez (NVIDIA), Simon Green (NVIDIA)
Learn how to add volumetric effects to your game engine - smoke, fire and explosions that are interactive, more realistic, and can actually render faster than traditional sprite-based techniques. Volumetrics remain one of the last big differences bet ...Read More
Learn how to add volumetric effects to your game engine - smoke, fire and explosions that are interactive, more realistic, and can actually render faster than traditional sprite-based techniques. Volumetrics remain one of the last big differences between real-time and offline visual effects. In this talk we will show how volumetric effects are now practical on current GPU hardware. We will describe several new simulation and rendering techniques, including new solvers, combustion models, optimized ray marching and shadows, which together can make volumetric effects a practical alternative to particle-based methods for game effects.  Back
 
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Game Development, Rendering & Animation, Visual Effects & Simulation, GTC 2014 - ID S4607
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DirectX 11 Rendering and NVIDIA GameWorks in Batman: Arkham Origins
Colin Barre-Brisebois (WB Games Montreal)
This talk presents several rendering techniques behind Batman: Arkham Origins (BAO), the third installment in the critically-acclaimed Batman: Arkham series. This talk focuses on several DirectX 11 features developed in collaboration with NVIDIA spec ...Read More
This talk presents several rendering techniques behind Batman: Arkham Origins (BAO), the third installment in the critically-acclaimed Batman: Arkham series. This talk focuses on several DirectX 11 features developed in collaboration with NVIDIA specifically for the high-end PC enthusiast. Features such as tessellation and how it significantly improves the visuals behind Batman's iconic cape and brings our deformable snow technique from the consoles to the next level on PC will be presented. Features such as physically-based particles with PhysX, particle fields with Turbulence, improved shadows, temporally stable dynamic ambient occlusion, bokeh depth-of-field and improved anti-aliasing will also be presented. Additionally, other improvements to image quality, visual fidelity and compression will be showcased, such as improved detail normal mapping via Reoriented Normal Mapping and how Chroma Subsampling at various stages of our lighting pipeline was essential in doubling the size of our open world and still fit on a single DVD.  Back
 
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Game Development, Real-Time Graphics, Rendering & Animation, Visual Effects & Simulation, GTC 2014 - ID S4614
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Graphics Virtualization
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Cloud Gaming & Application Delivery with NVIDIA GRID Technologies
Franck Diard (NVIDIA)
This session presents the technologies behind NVIDIA GRID(TM) and the future of game engines and application delivery running in the cloud. The audience will learn about the key components of NVIDIA GRID, like optimal capture, efficient compression, ...Read More
This session presents the technologies behind NVIDIA GRID(TM) and the future of game engines and application delivery running in the cloud. The audience will learn about the key components of NVIDIA GRID, like optimal capture, efficient compression, fast streaming, and low latency rendering that make cloud gaming and application delivery possible. Franck will demonstrate how these components fit together, how to use the GRID APIs, and how to optimize their usage to deliver an ultimate experience, with live demos.  Back
 
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Graphics Virtualization, Game Development, Remote Graphics & Cloud-Based Graphics, GTC 2014 - ID S4159
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Media & Entertainment Summit
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The Future of Entertainment: Immersive Reality System
Matteo Garibotti (University of Genoa)
Sooner or later, the worlds of videogames and cinemas will collide/meet halfway/join: we will have videogame with the quality of movies, and movies with the interaction of videogame. With a novel stereoscopic 3D visualization technique we developed a ...Read More
Sooner or later, the worlds of videogames and cinemas will collide/meet halfway/join: we will have videogame with the quality of movies, and movies with the interaction of videogame. With a novel stereoscopic 3D visualization technique we developed and patented (www.truedynamic3d.com), we are able to create an immersive reality system where user can perceive virtual world completely merged with real world. This will lead to a new generation of entertainment contents, where movies will not be limited inside the frame of the monitor, but they will surround the user.   Back
 
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Media & Entertainment Summit, Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality, Computer Vision, Game Development, GTC 2014 - ID S4640
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Mobile Summit
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Tegra K1 Developer Tools for Android: Unleashing the Power of the Kepler GPU with NVIDIA's Latest Developer Tools Suite
Sebastien Domine (NVIDIA)
The audience will learn about the latest developer tools suite specifically designed to unleash the power of Tegra K1 for Android application developers. The broad scope of this tutorial spans from advanced graphics to compute and multi-core CPU tool ...Read More
The audience will learn about the latest developer tools suite specifically designed to unleash the power of Tegra K1 for Android application developers. The broad scope of this tutorial spans from advanced graphics to compute and multi-core CPU tools to enable developers to fully take advantage of the heterogeneous computing horsepower available. More specifically, compute developers will learn about the tools available to program CUDA on Tegra K1. Graphics developers will be introduced to the new Tegra Graphics Debugger for Tegra K1. This new mobile graphics development tool supports all the advanced features that Tegra K1 has to offer, via OpenGL ES 2.0, 3.0 and OpenGL 4.3. Finally, game developers will see how to manage their Android build configuration and debugging sessions all within the latest Visual Studio 2013, profile their application to identify hot spots and corresponding call stacks with our brand new release of Tegra System Profiler.  Back
 
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Mobile Summit, Debugging Tools & Techniques, Developer - Performance Optimization, Game Development, GTC 2014 - ID SIG4116
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Flap Higher Than the Birds: Differentiate Your Android Game with Tegra and Allegorithmic Substance
Andrew Edelsten (NVIDIA), Sebastien Deguy (Allegorithmic)
Android continues its meteoric rise as the world's dominate mobile operating system. Every day developers large and small discover new ways to delight users but getting noticed is increasingly difficult. The latest NVIDIA® Tegra® K1 ...Read More

Android continues its meteoric rise as the world's dominate mobile operating system. Every day developers large and small discover new ways to delight users but getting noticed is increasingly difficult. The latest NVIDIA® Tegra® K1 processors provide developers with a host of new features to differentiate their titles and get them flying above the rest of the crowd. During this session discover the new CPU, GPU, and multimedia features the latest Tegra processors offer and learn how to use them to enhance and extend your applications. As an example of the type of differentiation the Tegra K1 makes possible, Allegorithmic and RUST Ltd will provide a hands-on demo of physically based shading (PBR), dynamic texturing and high resolution GPU based particle throwing using the latest Allegorithmic Substance texturing pipeline.

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Mobile Summit, Game Development, Mobile Applications, GTC 2014 - ID S4877
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Streamlined Transmission of 3D Assets with glTF
Fabrice Robinet (MontageJS)
This session explores issues around delivering real-time 3D content into mobile and web applications, by considering the following questions: (1)Images have JPEG, musics have MP3, why not a format to deliver 3D Content? (2) When designing a format fo ...Read More
This session explores issues around delivering real-time 3D content into mobile and web applications, by considering the following questions: (1)Images have JPEG, musics have MP3, why not a format to deliver 3D Content? (2) When designing a format for delivery, we can't ignore the underlying graphic API (GL) to do so. Therefore, wouldn't the most efficient engine formats eventually converge on the same kind of design? (3)Once content is baked and ready to be consumed by GL, how can we improve transfer rate with dedicated compression? (4) Wouldn't it be great to have a declarative way to represent GL content, so that developers can easily build a data-driven engine? (5)Why not centralize these common and so far redundant efforts to design a delivery and runtime format that is truly efficient for GL APIs? During this this show and tell presentation, glTF (graphics library Transmission Format) will be introduced. Following an overview of the eco-system, an introduction to glTF design and catchy demos from different implementations will be shown.Finally, compression results leveraging Open3DGC will be shared.   Back
 
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Mobile Summit, Web Acceleration, Game Development, Real-Time Graphics, GTC 2014 - ID S4805
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HTML5 Outside the Browser Survival Guide: The Challenges of Hybrid Apps and Games
Iker Jamardo (Ludei)
Web based apps and games are growing both in number and complexity. Running outside the browser on a mobile device is still a challenging path full of bumps and hoops to overcome. From efficient memory management to access to native features, hybrid ...Read More
Web based apps and games are growing both in number and complexity. Running outside the browser on a mobile device is still a challenging path full of bumps and hoops to overcome. From efficient memory management to access to native features, hybrid apps provide a great way to solve the problems and mix all the advantages of both worlds: web and native. Far from the media fight of which is best, a combination of both technologies provide a much richer development experience. In this talk attendees will know and understand how to solve important matters when dealing with the system webview fragmentation, the poor bandwidth of the native bridges or the lack of support for certain important technologies like WebGL.  Back
 
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Mobile Summit, Debugging Tools & Techniques, Web Acceleration, Game Development, GTC 2014 - ID S4807
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Real-Time Facial Motion Capture and Animation on Mobile
Emiliano Gambaretto (Mixamo), Stefano Corazza (Mixamo)
3D Animation is the art form of the present and the future, with hundred of millions people drawn to its emotional power in movie theaters and games every year. Mixamo recently developed a facial capture and animation technology to enable anybody to ...Read More
3D Animation is the art form of the present and the future, with hundred of millions people drawn to its emotional power in movie theaters and games every year. Mixamo recently developed a facial capture and animation technology to enable anybody to create compelling animated content that is immediately reflected on a character's face. The technology was originally developed for 3D professionals, but with the recent introduction of the new generation mobile GPU hardware supporting OpenCL APIs such as the Tegra K1 it is now possible to port the technology to mobile devices. In the course of this presentation we will introduce numerical approaches to facial motion capture and animation that are based on a mixture of global and local models of human facial expressions and shape. The presenter will also go into the details of implementing the real-time technology on a Tegra K1 device.  Back
 
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Mobile Summit, Computer Vision, Game Development, Machine Learning & Deep Learning, GTC 2014 - ID S4808
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WebGL, HTML5 and How the Mobile Web Was Won
Tony Parisi (Vizi)
After years of fear, uncertainty and doubt, the jury is now in: HTML5 is the platform of choice for building cross-platform, connected applications for desktop and mobile. The advanced programming, animation and multimedia capabilities of modern web ...Read More
After years of fear, uncertainty and doubt, the jury is now in: HTML5 is the platform of choice for building cross-platform, connected applications for desktop and mobile. The advanced programming, animation and multimedia capabilities of modern web browsers, combined with hardware-accelerated 3D rendering provided by WebGL, represents a combination with limitless possibilities. With these technologies, developers can create immersive 3D games, integrated 2D/3D presentations, product displays, social media sites and more, all coded in JavaScript and running in the browser. This awesome power is also available to mobile devices: WebGL is now built into Android, and there are quality adapter libraries for use in developing hybrid applications (native + WebKit) for iOS. With HTML5 and WebGL, developers can build high-performance mobile 3D applications and web sites rivaling native implementations, in a fraction of the time. Join 3D pioneer and WebGL guru Tony Parisi as he explores the technology, busts the myths and tells us where it's really at for creating the next generation of 3D web and mobile applications.   Back
 
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Mobile Summit, Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality, Web Acceleration, Game Development, GTC 2014 - ID S4837
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Enabling Direct3D Content on OpenGL Platforms: Mac, Linux, Android, and Beyond!
Gavriel State (TransGaming Inc.)
Today's developers face unprecedented challenges in choosing which platforms to target when developing games and applications meant to be used by a wide consumer audience. Beyond the Windows desktop, there are now a huge variety of new choices: alte ...Read More
Today's developers face unprecedented challenges in choosing which platforms to target when developing games and applications meant to be used by a wide consumer audience. Beyond the Windows desktop, there are now a huge variety of new choices: alternative desktop OS platforms such as Linux and Mac OS X; mobile devices such as phones and tablets; HTML-based web platforms, running on cloud-based servers; and a plethora of embedded CE systems, ranging from video game consoles to TV platforms. All of these platforms use some variety of OpenGL or OpenGL ES, rather than Direct3D. If you have games or other Direct3D-based content that you want to retarget to a new platform, this session will show you how to quickly and easily enable your graphics code to run on OpenGL platforms using TransGaming's shim technology.  Back
 
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Mobile Summit, Game Development, Media and Entertainment, Developer - Programming Languages, GTC 2014 - ID S4846
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Project Tango: Giving Mobile Devices a Human-Scale Understanding of Space and Motion
Johnny Lee (Google)
Project Tango is a focused effort to harvest research from the last decade of work in computer vision and robotics and concentrate that technology into a mobile platform. It uses computer vision and advanced sensor fusion to estimate position and or ...Read More
Project Tango is a focused effort to harvest research from the last decade of work in computer vision and robotics and concentrate that technology into a mobile platform. It uses computer vision and advanced sensor fusion to estimate position and orientation of the device in the real-time, while simultaneously generating a 3D map of the environment. We will discuss the underlying technologies that make this possible, such as the hardware sensors and some of the software algorithms. We will also show demonstrations of how the technology could be used in both gaming and non-gaming applications. This is just the beginning and we hope you will join us on this journey. We believe it will be one worth taking.   Back
 
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Mobile Summit, Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality, Computer Vision, Game Development, GTC 2014 - ID S4848
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Android Differentiation Options on Tegra K1
Andrew Edelsten (NVIDIA)
Android continues its meteoric rise as the world's dominate mobile operating system. Every day developers large and small discover new ways to delight users but getting noticed is increasingly difficult. The latest NVIDIA Tegra K1 processors provide ...Read More
Android continues its meteoric rise as the world's dominate mobile operating system. Every day developers large and small discover new ways to delight users but getting noticed is increasingly difficult. The latest NVIDIA Tegra K1 processors provide developers with a host of new features to differentiate their titles and get them flying above the rest of the crowd.   Back
 
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Mobile Summit, Game Development, Mobile Applications, GTC 2014 - ID S4878
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Integrating Computer Vision Sensor Innovations into Mobile Devices
Eli Savransky (NVIDIA)
Integrating innovative computer vision sensors into new mobile devices is a very complex endeavor. Especially when popular machines like tablets and smartphones have already a very high level of functionality and users expectations are sky high. In t ...Read More
Integrating innovative computer vision sensors into new mobile devices is a very complex endeavor. Especially when popular machines like tablets and smartphones have already a very high level of functionality and users expectations are sky high. In this talk, we will discuss the challenges and opportunities of developing a new device with advanced sensor capabilities.   Back
 
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Mobile Summit, Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality, Computer Vision, Game Development, GTC 2014 - ID S4900
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Real-Time Graphics
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Practical Real-Time Voxel-Based Global Illumination for Current GPUs
Alexey Panteleev (NVIDIA)
This session describes the work at making the voxel-based global illumination (GI) approach practical for use in games running on current generation graphics hardware such as Kepler. Based upon Cyril Crassin's research, a library has been developed ...Read More
This session describes the work at making the voxel-based global illumination (GI) approach practical for use in games running on current generation graphics hardware such as Kepler. Based upon Cyril Crassin's research, a library has been developed that allows applications to render GI effects for large and fully dynamic scenes at 30 frames per second or more, producing soft diffuse indirect lighting and blurry specular reflections, and providing emissive material support. During the session, Alexey will talk about the cone tracing GI algorithm in general and get into the details of scene representation, efficient multi-resolution voxelization, and indirect light gathering.  Back
 
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Real-Time Graphics, Developer - Performance Optimization, Game Development, Mobile Applications, GTC 2014 - ID SIG4114
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OpenGL: 2014 and Beyond
Cass Everitt (NVIDIA), Seth Williams (NVIDIA)
Learn techniques for efficiently using the GPU and detecting and eliminating driver overhead. See the direction that OpenGL is heading in to embrace multi-threaded, multi-core CPU app designs. Also, the GPU can construct and update app rendering da ...Read More
Learn techniques for efficiently using the GPU and detecting and eliminating driver overhead. See the direction that OpenGL is heading in to embrace multi-threaded, multi-core CPU app designs. Also, the GPU can construct and update app rendering data structures to require very little CPU intervention. We will also explore subdivision surfaces and how to get them automatically GPU accelerated with a new extension. And hand-in-glove with subdivision surfaces is PTEX support in OpenGL. Finally, while OpenGL is the most broadly available open API for 3D graphics, it's also the most fragmented. We will explore Regal, an open source library that illustrates how to de-fragment the OpenGL landscape and keep your graphics back end code from becoming a patchwork of platform #ifdefs.  Back
 
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Real-Time Graphics, Developer - Performance Optimization, Game Development, Rendering & Animation, GTC 2014 - ID S4610
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Signal and Audio Processing
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Making Games Sound as Good as They Look: Real-time Geometric Acoustics on the GPU
Zuofu Cheng (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Geometric acoustics (GA), which involves directly simulating in real-time the acoustic transfer between sound sources and listeners in a virtual space, is considered the holy grail of game audio. We present a GA method and optimizations which along w ...Read More
Geometric acoustics (GA), which involves directly simulating in real-time the acoustic transfer between sound sources and listeners in a virtual space, is considered the holy grail of game audio. We present a GA method and optimizations which along with the massive parallelism of modern GPUs allows for immersive sound rendering at interactive frame-rates. This talk focuses on optimizations made for Fermi and Kepler GPUs on the two main components of our engine: the ray-acoustic engine and the per-path head-related transfer function (HRTF) renderer. Audio examples will be given using the open-source ID Tech 3 engine, comparing original assets from the Quake 3 game rendered via traditional positional audio to the same assets processed through our engine.  Back
 
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Signal and Audio Processing, Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality, Defense, Game Development, GTC 2014 - ID S4537
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