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Audio, Image and Video Processing
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Finite Difference-Based Sound Synthesis Using GPUs
Marc Sosnick (San Francisco State University)
Finite Difference (FD) methods can be the basis for physics-based music instrument models that generate realistic audio output. However, such methods are compute-intensive; large simulations cannot run in real time on current CPUs. In this poster, ...Read More
Finite Difference (FD) methods can be the basis for physics-based music instrument models that generate realistic audio output. However, such methods are compute-intensive; large simulations cannot run in real time on current CPUs. In this poster, we describe the current state of our implementation of a real-time sound synthesizer using an FD-based simulation of a two-dimensional membrane executed on GPUs. We demonstrate that it is possible to use this method to create a usable real-time audio synthesizer.   Back
 
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Audio, Image and Video Processing, GTC 2012 - ID P2397
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Computer Vision
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Shaking and Shot Video Augmentation in Real-time
Francisco J. Hernandez-Lopez (Center of Research in Mathematics)
This session will present a method for augmenting shaking and shot videos, which is an extension of VScreen: a tool that modifies a region of any video by another image or video in real-time. The technique is initially introduced in the photo au ...Read More

This session will present a method for augmenting shaking and shot videos, which is an extension of VScreen: a tool that modifies a region of any video by another image or video in real-time. The technique is initially introduced in the photo augmentation task, next it is extended for video augmentation and finally it is applied in shaking and shot videos. Moving objects in the foreground (Fg) may occlude the augmented region in background (Bg). So that we use a procedure for Fg/Bg video segmentation, that is implemented in NVIDIA video cards to fulfill the real-time requirement. Finally, we will show a quantitative evaluation, where we compare the precision and time of our binary segmentation method (QMMF) against the Graph Cut method (available in the NPP library).

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Computer Vision, Video & Image Processing, GTC 2013 - ID S3147
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Computer Vision & Machine Vision
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VScreen: a Real-Time augmented video method
Francisco J. Hernandez--Lopez (CIMAT A.C.), Mariano Rivera (CIMAT A.C.)
We are presenting a tool for image editing that allows us to modify a region of any image or video by another image or video. This application is useful for advertisements, commercials, music videos, movies, etc. We named "Virtual Screen&qu ...Read More

We are presenting a tool for image editing that allows us to modify a region of any image or video by another image or video. This application is useful for advertisements, commercials, music videos, movies, etc. We named "Virtual Screen", or just VScreen, to our development. The main difference between editing (augmenting) videos and fixed images is that the occlusions need be managed. Moving objects in the foreground may occlude the augmented region in background. So that we use a procedure for foreground-background video segmentation, that is implemented in NVIDIA video cards to fulfill the real-time requirement.

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Computer Vision & Machine Vision, GTC 2012 - ID S2128
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VScreen: A Real-Time Augmented Video Method
Francisco J. Hernandez--Lopez (CIMAT A.C.)
We present a tool for image editing that allows us to modify a region of any image or video by another image or video. This application is useful for advertisements, commercials, music videos, movies, etc. The main difference between editing (augment ...Read More
We present a tool for image editing that allows us to modify a region of any image or video by another image or video. This application is useful for advertisements, commercials, music videos, movies, etc. The main difference between editing (augmenting) videos and fixed images is that the occlusions need be managed. Moving objects in foreground may occlude the augmented region in background. So that we use a procedure for Foreground/Background (FgBg) video segmentation, which is implemented in NVIDIA video cards to fulfill the real-time requirement.  Back
 
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Computer Vision & Machine Vision, GTC 2012 - ID P2408
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Deep Learning & Artificial Intelligence
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Deep Learning at the Edge of the Network
Hugo Latapie (Cisco)
This talk will focus on the pragmatic use of high performance computing using NVIDIA GPUs and deep learning algorithms in visual, crowd, and behavioral analytics projects at Cisco. We will highlight use cases in IoT, SmartCities, retail, event analyt ...Read More
This talk will focus on the pragmatic use of high performance computing using NVIDIA GPUs and deep learning algorithms in visual, crowd, and behavioral analytics projects at Cisco. We will highlight use cases in IoT, SmartCities, retail, event analytics, and transportation. We'll also highlight our approach, architecture, and deployment models leveraging NVIDIA-docker, swarm, etc. Computing on end point devices, at the edge, and the cloud in a distributed heterogeneous model in support of the applications above will also be discussed. This talk is targeted primarily towards practitioners either actively engaged in product development or seriously contemplating it. However, we will also discuss advanced use cases that may be of interest to researchers. We will not be covering core deep learning algorithms (generative/discriminative/Boltzmann/Autoencoders/RNN/LSTM/?) although we will highlight our use of these algorithms.  Back
 
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Deep Learning & Artificial Intelligence, IoT, Big Data Analytics, GTC 2016 - ID S6273
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Desktop & Application Virtualization
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Cisco Unified Computing Systems (UCS): Accelerating Desktop and Application Delivery with NVIDIA (Presented by Cisco)
Satinder Sethi (Cisco Systems)
Cisco UCS has fundamentally changed the paradigm of traditional computing, and helped evolve the fabric-based computing model. Key Cisco UCS innovations such as Unified Management, Unified Fabric and Unified Computing with virtual machine aware ...Read More

Cisco UCS has fundamentally changed the paradigm of traditional computing, and helped evolve the fabric-based computing model. Key Cisco UCS innovations such as Unified Management, Unified Fabric and Unified Computing with virtual machine aware networking have fundamentally changed the operational dynamics of a data center. Partnering with Nvidia, Cisco is delivering a rich media experience to address the complete spectrum of the application and desktop virtualization use cases, from advanced designers, financial analysts & traders to less graphics intensive contact center workers.

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Desktop & Application Virtualization, Design Automation & Production Optimization, Graphics Performance Optimization, Remote Graphics & Cloud-Based Graphics, GTC 2013 - ID S3574
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Emerging Companies Summit
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Emerging Companies: CEO on Stage featuring empulse GmbH
Michael Hummel
See the hottest new technologies from startups that could transform computing. In a lively and fast-paced exchange, the "Emerging Companies Summit - CEO on Stage" sessions feature CEOs from three startups who have 7 minutes and 30 seco ...Read More

See the hottest new technologies from startups that could transform computing. In a lively and fast-paced exchange, the "Emerging Companies Summit - CEO on Stage" sessions feature CEOs from three startups who have 7 minutes and 30 seconds to introduce their companies and 7 minutes and 30 seconds to interact with a panel of industry analysts, investors and technology leaders.This CEO on Stage session features empulse GmbH - covering the field of databases & data mining. Find this session at 5 minutes into the video.Panelists include Flip Gianos (Partner, Interwest), Charles Carmel (VP of Corporate Business Development, Cisco), Nathan Brookwood (Principal Analyst, Insight64) and Jeff Herbst (VP of Business Development, NVIDIA).

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Emerging Companies Summit, GTC 2010 - ID 4004A
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Emerging Companies: CEO on Stage featuring Playcast Media Systems
Natan Peterfreund
See the hottest new technologies from startups that could transform computing. In a lively and fast-paced exchange, the "Emerging Companies Summit - CEO on Stage" sessions feature CEOs from three startups who have 7 minutes and 30 seco ...Read More

See the hottest new technologies from startups that could transform computing. In a lively and fast-paced exchange, the "Emerging Companies Summit - CEO on Stage" sessions feature CEOs from three startups who have 7 minutes and 30 seconds to introduce their companies and 7 minutes and 30 seconds to interact with a panel of industry analysts, investors and technology leaders.This CEO on Stage session features Playcast Media Systems - covering the field of video processing. Find this session at 20 minutes into the video.Panelists will include Flip Gianos (Partner, Interwest), Charles Carmel (VP of Corporate Business Development, Cisco), Nathan Brookwood (Principal Analyst, Insight64) and Jeff Herbst (VP of Business Development, NVIDIA).

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Emerging Companies Summit, GTC 2010 - ID 4004B
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Emerging Companies: CEO on Stage featuring Cooliris
Austin Shoemaker
See the hottest new technologies from startups that could transform computing. In a lively and fast-paced exchange, the "Emerging Companies Summit - CEO on Stage" sessions feature CEOs from three startups who have 7 minutes and 30 seco ...Read More

See the hottest new technologies from startups that could transform computing. In a lively and fast-paced exchange, the "Emerging Companies Summit - CEO on Stage" sessions feature CEOs from three startups who have 7 minutes and 30 seconds to introduce their companies and 7 minutes and 30 seconds to interact with a panel of industry analysts, investors and technology leaders.This CEO on Stage session features Cooliris - covering the field of computer graphics. Find this session at 35 minutes into the video.Panelists include Flip Gianos (Partner, Interwest), Charles Carmel (VP of Corporate Business Development, Cisco), Nathan Brookwood (Principal Analyst, Insight64) and Jeff Herbst (VP of Business Development, NVIDIA).

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Emerging Companies Summit, GTC 2010 - ID 4004C
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Emerging Companies: CEO on Stage featuring Softkinetic
Michel Tombroff
See the hottest new technologies from startups that could transform computing. In a lively and fast-paced exchange, the "Emerging Companies Summit - CEO on Stage" sessions feature CEOs from three startups who have 7 minutes and 30 seco ...Read More

See the hottest new technologies from startups that could transform computing. In a lively and fast-paced exchange, the "Emerging Companies Summit - CEO on Stage" sessions feature CEOs from three startups who have 7 minutes and 30 seconds to introduce their companies and 7 minutes and 30 seconds to interact with a panel of industry analysts, investors and technology leaders.This CEO on Stage session features Softkinetic - covering the field of computer vision. Find this session at 5 minutes into the video.Panelists include Flip Gianos (Partner, Interwest), Charles Carmel (VP of Corporate Business Development, Cisco), Nathan Brookwood (Principal Analyst, Insight64) and Jeff Herbst (VP of Business Development, NVIDIA).

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Emerging Companies Summit, GTC 2010 - ID 4005A
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Emerging Companies: CEO on Stage featuring Rocketick
Uri Tal
See the hottest new technologies from startups that could transform computing. In a lively and fast-paced exchange, the "Emerging Companies Summit - CEO on Stage" sessions feature CEOs from three startups who have 7 minutes and 30 seco ...Read More

See the hottest new technologies from startups that could transform computing. In a lively and fast-paced exchange, the "Emerging Companies Summit - CEO on Stage" sessions feature CEOs from three startups who have 7 minutes and 30 seconds to introduce their companies and 7 minutes and 30 seconds to interact with a panel of industry analysts, investors and technology leaders. This CEO on Stage session features Rocketick - covering the field of high performance computing. Find this session at 20 minutes into the video.Panelists include Flip Gianos (Partner, Interwest), Charles Carmel (VP of Corporate Business Development, Cisco), Nathan Brookwood (Principal Analyst, Insight64) and Jeff Herbst (VP of Business Development, NVIDIA).

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Emerging Companies Summit, GTC 2010 - ID 4005B
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Emerging Companies: CEO on Stage featuring Jedox AG
Kristian Raue
See the hottest new technologies from startups that could transform computing. In a lively and fast-paced exchange, the "Emerging Companies Summit - CEO on Stage" sessions feature CEOs from three startups who have 7 minutes and 30 seco ...Read More

See the hottest new technologies from startups that could transform computing. In a lively and fast-paced exchange, the "Emerging Companies Summit - CEO on Stage" sessions feature CEOs from three startups who have 7 minutes and 30 seconds to introduce their companies and 7 minutes and 30 seconds to interact with a panel of industry analysts, investors and technology leaders. This CEO on Stage session features Jedox AG - covering the field of databases & data mining. Find this session at 35 minutes into the video.Panelists include Flip Gianos (Partner, Interwest), Charles Carmel (VP of Corporate Business Development, Cisco), Nathan Brookwood (Principal Analyst, Insight64) and Jeff Herbst (VP of Business Development, NVIDIA).

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Emerging Companies Summit, GTC 2010 - ID 4005C
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NaturalMotion Limited Startup Presentation
Torsten Reil
NaturalMotion Ltd. is a leading entertainment software company with offices in Oxford (England) and San Francisco (California). The company produces the widely-adopted animation technologies euphoria,morpheme and endorphin, used across the game ...Read More

NaturalMotion Ltd. is a leading entertainment software company with offices in Oxford (England) and San Francisco (California). The company produces the widely-adopted animation technologies euphoria,morpheme and endorphin, used across the game and movie industries by companies such as Rockstar Games, LucasArts, Disney and Bioware as well as in the development of Backbreaker, the company's first in-house game.

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Emerging Companies Summit, GTC 2009 - ID S102045
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Finance
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Accelerating Option Risk Analytics in R Using GPUs
Matthew Dixon (University of San Francisco)
Learn how to combine the convenience of the R Statistical Software Package with the computational resources provided by GPUs to accelerate computationally intensive financial computations exhibiting high degrees of parallelism. In this talk, we descr ...Read More
Learn how to combine the convenience of the R Statistical Software Package with the computational resources provided by GPUs to accelerate computationally intensive financial computations exhibiting high degrees of parallelism. In this talk, we describe ongoing work towards the development of a R library providing GPU optimized computationally intensive kernels frequently appearing in option risk analytics applications. Such kernels are bottlenecks in a work-flow which is often highly dependent on a rich set of numerical and statistical functionality native to R. This functionality may be difficult to replicate outside of R. We demonstration the utility of our approach to the intra-day calibration of the Bates stochastic volatility jump-diffusion models, often used for risk analysis of equity derivatives. The combined performance gain from rewriting the error function in C++ and deploying the computations on a NVIDIA Tesla K20c (Kepler architecture) is approximately 760x. Detailed results will be presented during the talk.   Back
 
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Finance, Numerical Algorithms & Libraries, GTC 2014 - ID S4557
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A Fast, Portable and Robust Calibration Approach for Stochastic Volatility Models
Matthew Dixon (University of San Francisco)
The ability to rapidly recalibrate financial derivative models such as stochastic volatility models reduces model risk due to the reliance on stale option chain quotes. This talk will address the following objectives: (1) Gain insight into the challe ...Read More
The ability to rapidly recalibrate financial derivative models such as stochastic volatility models reduces model risk due to the reliance on stale option chain quotes. This talk will address the following objectives: (1) Gain insight into the challenges of robustly recalibrating stochastic volatility (SV) models and how frequent recalibration reduces error in pricing; (2) Learn about the challenges of deploying the same modeling codebase on GPUs and multi-core CPUs and, (3) Understand how the Xcelerit platform can be used to efficiently deploy C++ written SV models on GPUs and multi-core CPUs.  Back
 
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Finance, GTC 2015 - ID S5334
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Graphics Virtualization
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So You Want to Deploy High Resolution Graphics Desktop Virtualization
Chip Charnley (Ford Motor Company)
A review of the process and results of a High Resolution Graphics Proof of Concept for implementing XenApp and XenDesktop conducted jointly by Ford Motor Company, Cisco and Citrix. ...Read More
A review of the process and results of a High Resolution Graphics Proof of Concept for implementing XenApp and XenDesktop conducted jointly by Ford Motor Company, Cisco and Citrix.  Back
 
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Graphics Virtualization, Manufacturing, GTC 2015 - ID S5206
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VDI Evolution at the Speed of GRID - VDI 2.0 IS Here! (Presented by Cisco)
Shawn Kaiser (Cisco Systems), Jason Marchesano (Cisco Systems, Inc.)
2015 will be the year for VDI and desktop virtualization Learn how Cisco and NVIDIA partner to deliver this next generation Desktop Virtualization Solution with GRID vGPU acceleration. VDI is not the same animal it used to be: User requirements and ...Read More
2015 will be the year for VDI and desktop virtualization Learn how Cisco and NVIDIA partner to deliver this next generation Desktop Virtualization Solution with GRID vGPU acceleration. VDI is not the same animal it used to be: User requirements and expectations have changed as has the Operating system and applications that feeds the beast. Join industry solution experts Shawn Kaiser and Jason Marchesano to discuss how you can evolve to VDI 2.0 and literally put the past to rest.  Back
 
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Graphics Virtualization, GTC 2015 - ID S5336
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Outscale/Dassault Cloud Implementation with NVIDIA GRID and Cisco UCS (Presented by Cisco)
Laurent Seror (Outscale)
Customer success story for Nvidia GRID and Cisco UCS. ...Read More
Customer success story for Nvidia GRID and Cisco UCS.  Back
 
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Graphics Virtualization, GTC 2015 - ID S5342
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Delivering Best-in-Class Graphic Intensive Virtual Workspaces with Cisco UCS (Presented by Cisco)
Aniket Patankar (Cisco Systems Inc.), Timothy Ma (Cisco)
Desktop virtualization implementers are reaping the benefits of Cisco Unified Computing to provide end users an uncompromised experience. This session will detail key design strategies and best practices for deploying Graphic Intensive VDI on Cisco U ...Read More
Desktop virtualization implementers are reaping the benefits of Cisco Unified Computing to provide end users an uncompromised experience. This session will detail key design strategies and best practices for deploying Graphic Intensive VDI on Cisco UCS with NVIDIA GPU. Topics will include: an overview on enhanced Graphics capabilities supported by newer generation of UCS servers, UCS2.0; how Cisco UCS Director can help unify and automate the management of your desktop virtualization infrastructure from end to end; how to simplify the manageability of GPU-enabled VDI solutions with Cisco UCS C-Series Rack Servers with Single Connect technology and; how to accelerate your path to ROI with VDI using the latest Cisco Validated Designs for VDI with FlexPod, VSPEX.  Back
 
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Graphics Virtualization, Data Center, Cloud Computing & HPC, GTC 2015 - ID S5638
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Delivering GPU-Accelerated Applications from your Private Cloud (Presented by Cisco)
Shawn Kaiser (Cisco)
Have you ever wondered if you could run your graphic intensive applications like AutoCAD, ArcGIS, or PTC Creo in your enterprise private cloud? Would it perform the same as your powerful workstation on your desk? We will discuss how the graphics ...Read More

Have you ever wondered if you could run your graphic intensive applications like AutoCAD, ArcGIS, or PTC Creo in your enterprise private cloud? Would it perform the same as your powerful workstation on your desk? We will discuss how the graphics workstation is evolving to meet the demands of a global, anytime, anywhere workforce that's no longer tethered to location or hardware. Learn how Cisco offers a high-performance virtualized solution for delivering immersive 3D graphics for designers, clinicians, and researchers. We will also discuss best practices by taking a look at successful customer use cases and review recent additions to our portfolio of solutions. We will explore how you can leverage the Cisco Unified Computing System platform coupled with the latest NVIDIA GRID technology.

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Graphics Virtualization, Data Center & Cloud Computing, GTC 2016 - ID S6833
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Intelligent Video Analytics (IVA)
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Securing the San Francisco 49ers and Levi's Stadium
Dan Cory (San Francisco 49ers)
The scope and scale of securing a facility like Levi's Stadium and the San Francisco 49ers is monumental. Learn how video monitoring and analysis allows the 49ers security team to focus on ensuring a safe season for the team and fans alike. ...Read More
The scope and scale of securing a facility like Levi's Stadium and the San Francisco 49ers is monumental. Learn how video monitoring and analysis allows the 49ers security team to focus on ensuring a safe season for the team and fans alike.  Back
 
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Intelligent Video Analytics (IVA), GTC 2016 - ID S6782
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Media & Entertainment
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Live Augmented Reality Television Graphics for the 34th America's Cup Races
Tim Heidmann (Serious Intent LLC)
The America''s Cup sailing races, the oldest trophy in international sport, will take place in San Francisco in the summer of 2013. While 72-foot catamarans sailing at over 40 knots is a spectacular sight, it is often difficult for broad ...Read More

The America''s Cup sailing races, the oldest trophy in international sport, will take place in San Francisco in the summer of 2013. While 72-foot catamarans sailing at over 40 knots is a spectacular sight, it is often difficult for broadcasters to explain to the international television audience exactly what is going on. To address this challenge, the hosts of this event have developed the AC LivelineâÃÂâ system, which tracks the locations of the boats and the cameras, then radios that information back to shore, where it is used to create live overlay graphics that perfectly match the video from the camera. The graphics label the boats, show course boundaries, highlight the turning marks, measure the leads, and show current and wind variations. The creators were awarded the 2011 Emmy for Technical Achievement. This session describes the system, and how GPUs are used to perform several key tasks in the pipeline, from image tracking to video processing to numeric simulation to compositing and display of the broadcast signal.

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Media & Entertainment, GTC 2013 - ID S3441
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Medical Imaging
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Virtual Surgery
Aaron Oliker
- BioDigital
Come see how 3D Vision technology is used in Virtual Surgery Training for Medical Education. BioDigital Systems in conjuncture with University of California San Francisco (UCSF), has developed a dental injection simulator to teach students ...Read More
Come see how 3D Vision technology is used in Virtual Surgery Training for Medical Education. BioDigital Systems in conjuncture with University of California San Francisco (UCSF), has developed a dental injection simulator to teach students of dentistry the mechanics of nerve block injection. 3D Vision Technology has added a new dimension of realism by providing users with a unique immersive experience.  Back
 
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Medical Imaging, Stereoscopic 3D, GTC 2010 - ID S102146
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Ultrafast Multipinhole SPECT Iterative Reconstruction Using CUDA-based GPU Computing
Fares Alhassen (University of California, San Francisco)
We have developed an ultrafast SIR method for multipinhole SPECT programmed in CUDA and tested using a high performance graphic processing unit. We show significant performance improvement in reconstruction using both computer-generated and experimen ...Read More
We have developed an ultrafast SIR method for multipinhole SPECT programmed in CUDA and tested using a high performance graphic processing unit. We show significant performance improvement in reconstruction using both computer-generated and experimental sinograms, demonstrating an up-to fifty-fold speed enhancement with virtually the same accuracy as the CPU-based SIR (with 0.15% normalized root mean square error).  Back
 
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Medical Imaging, GTC 2012 - ID P2476
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Virtual Reality & Augmented Reality
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Hybrid Reality at NASA Powered by NVIDIA
Matthew Noyes (National Aeronautics and Space Administration), Francisco Delgado (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
This session demonstrates how NASA is using consumer VR headsets, game engine technology and NVIDIA's VRWorks to create highly immersive astronaut crew training augmented with extremely realistic haptic feedback, and to improve engineering w ...Read More

This session demonstrates how NASA is using consumer VR headsets, game engine technology and NVIDIA's VRWorks to create highly immersive astronaut crew training augmented with extremely realistic haptic feedback, and to improve engineering workflow. Examples explored include a simulation of the International Space Station where users can interact with handlebars and tracked physical objects in the real world while inside VR, and an instance of how NASA is using one type of virtual reality technology (a consumer headset) to completely simulate and develop another type of virtual environment (a reconfigurable CAVE). Attendees will learn about how the best elements of real and virtual worlds can be combined into a hybrid reality with tangible scientific applications.

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Virtual Reality & Augmented Reality, Graphics Virtualization, Aerospace & Defense, GTC 2016 - ID S6872
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