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Sharing Physically Based Materials between Renderers with MDL

The basics of NVIDIA's Material Definition Language (MDL) will be discussed, showing how a single material can be used to define matching appearances between different renderers and rendering techniques. End users will learn how physically-based definitions can be defined while developers will learn what's entailed in supporting MDL within their own product/renderer.

The basics of NVIDIA's Material Definition Language (MDL) will be discussed, showing how a single material can be used to define matching appearances between different renderers and rendering techniques. End users will learn how physically-based definitions can be defined while developers will learn what's entailed in supporting MDL within their own product/renderer.

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Best of GTC Talks, SIGGRAPH 2014 - ID SIG4115
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Using MDL to Share Physically Based Materials

The basics of NVIDIA's Material Definition Language (MDL) will be discussed, showing how a single material can be used to define matching appearances between different renderers and rendering techniques. Users will learn how physically -based definitions can be defined while developers will learn what's entailed in supporting MDL within their own product/renderer.

The basics of NVIDIA's Material Definition Language (MDL) will be discussed, showing how a single material can be used to define matching appearances between different renderers and rendering techniques. Users will learn how physically -based definitions can be defined while developers will learn what's entailed in supporting MDL within their own product/renderer.

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Best of GTC Talks, SIGGRAPH 2016 - ID SIG1606
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Sharing Physically Based Materials between Renderers with MDL

We'll discuss the basics of NVIDIA's MDL, showing how a single material can be used to define matching appearances between different renderers and rendering techniques. End users will learn how physically based definitions can be defined, while developers will learn what's entailed in supporting MDL within their own products or renderers.

We'll discuss the basics of NVIDIA's MDL, showing how a single material can be used to define matching appearances between different renderers and rendering techniques. End users will learn how physically based definitions can be defined, while developers will learn what's entailed in supporting MDL within their own products or renderers.

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Professional Visualisation, GTC Europe 2018 - ID E8392
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Sharing Physically Based Materials Between Renderers with MDL
We''ll discuss the basics of NVIDIA''s Material Definition Language, showing how a single material can be used to define matching appearances between different renderers and rendering techniques. End users will learn how physically based definitions can be defined, while developers will learn what''s entailed in supporting MDL within their own products or renderers.
We''ll discuss the basics of NVIDIA''s Material Definition Language, showing how a single material can be used to define matching appearances between different renderers and rendering techniques. End users will learn how physically based definitions can be defined, while developers will learn what''s entailed in supporting MDL within their own products or renderers.  Back
 
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Programming Languages, Rendering and Ray Tracing, GTC Silicon Valley 2018 - ID S8225
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The NVIDIA Material Definition Language for Coordinating Materials between Renderers

Learn how NVIDIA's Material Definition Language (MDL) provides a consistent means to define material appearances for use in physically-based rendering with a highly flexible, layered approach. This presentation introduces the key ideas of MDL and how they address the challenge of matching looks between different renderers with a common definition - be they path tracers, basic ray tracers, or conventional rasterizers. Developers will learn how to transition from conventional shading languages to MDL while Material Authors and Artists will see through high quality examples how they can easily create and assign custom looks. The Iray 2013 rendering platform will be used to interactively demonstrate the use of MDL between multiple rendering modes and rendering techniques. The future of MDL, including support for Measured Materials from measurement devices will also be discussed.

Learn how NVIDIA's Material Definition Language (MDL) provides a consistent means to define material appearances for use in physically-based rendering with a highly flexible, layered approach. This presentation introduces the key ideas of MDL and how they address the challenge of matching looks between different renderers with a common definition - be they path tracers, basic ray tracers, or conventional rasterizers. Developers will learn how to transition from conventional shading languages to MDL while Material Authors and Artists will see through high quality examples how they can easily create and assign custom looks. The Iray 2013 rendering platform will be used to interactively demonstrate the use of MDL between multiple rendering modes and rendering techniques. The future of MDL, including support for Measured Materials from measurement devices will also be discussed.

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Rendering & Animation, Rendering and Ray Tracing, GTC Silicon Valley 2013 - ID S3560
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Sharing Physically Based Materials Between Renderers with MDL
The basics of NVIDIA's Material Definition Language (MDL) will be discussed, showing how a single material can be used to define matching appearances between different renderers and rendering techniques. End users will learn how physically-based definitions can be defined while developers will learn what's entailed in supporting MDL within their own product/renderer.
The basics of NVIDIA's Material Definition Language (MDL) will be discussed, showing how a single material can be used to define matching appearances between different renderers and rendering techniques. End users will learn how physically-based definitions can be defined while developers will learn what's entailed in supporting MDL within their own product/renderer.   Back
 
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Rendering & Animation, Manufacturing Industries, Media and Entertainment, Rendering and Ray Tracing, GTC Silicon Valley 2014 - ID S4722
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GPU Ray Tracing and Advanced Rendering Solutions

Learn how GPU computing is revolutionizing performance and possibilities in both interactive and production rendering. The latest capabilities of Iray 2013, will be explored and demonstrated, along with what's possible with the latest OptiX for accelerating custom ray tracing solutions. Trends in the industry, along with guidelines for configuring optimal rendering, will also be discussed. 

Learn how GPU computing is revolutionizing performance and possibilities in both interactive and production rendering. The latest capabilities of Iray 2013, will be explored and demonstrated, along with what's possible with the latest OptiX for accelerating custom ray tracing solutions. Trends in the industry, along with guidelines for configuring optimal rendering, will also be discussed. 

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Rendering and Ray Tracing, Combined Simulation & Real-Time Visualization, SIGGRAPH 2013 - ID SIG1305
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Sharing Physically Based Materials Between Renderers with MDL
The basics of NVIDIA's Material Definition Language (MDL) will be discussed, showing how a single material can be used to define matching appearances between different renderers and rendering techniques. End users will learn how physically-based definitions can be defined while developers will learn what's entailed in supporting MDL within their own product/renderer.
The basics of NVIDIA's Material Definition Language (MDL) will be discussed, showing how a single material can be used to define matching appearances between different renderers and rendering techniques. End users will learn how physically-based definitions can be defined while developers will learn what's entailed in supporting MDL within their own product/renderer.  Back
 
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Rendering and Ray Tracing, Product Design & Styling, Media and Entertainment, GTC Silicon Valley 2015 - ID S5190
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Sharing Physically Based Materials Between Renderers with MDL

The basics of NVIDIA's Material Definition Language (MDL) will be discussed, showing how a single material can be used to define matching appearances between different renderers and rendering techniques. End users will learn how physically-based definitions can be defined while developers will learn what is entailed in supporting MDL within their own product/renderer.

The basics of NVIDIA's Material Definition Language (MDL) will be discussed, showing how a single material can be used to define matching appearances between different renderers and rendering techniques. End users will learn how physically-based definitions can be defined while developers will learn what is entailed in supporting MDL within their own product/renderer.

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Rendering and Ray Tracing, Product & Building Design, Media and Entertainment, GTC Silicon Valley 2016 - ID S6312
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Sharing Physically Based Materials Between Renderers with MDL
We'll discuss the basics of NVIDIA's Material Definition Language, showing how a single material can be used to define matching appearances between different renderers and rendering techniques. End users will learn how physically based definitions can be defined, while developers will learn what's entailed in supporting MDL within their own products or renderers.
We'll discuss the basics of NVIDIA's Material Definition Language, showing how a single material can be used to define matching appearances between different renderers and rendering techniques. End users will learn how physically based definitions can be defined, while developers will learn what's entailed in supporting MDL within their own products or renderers.  Back
 
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Rendering and Ray Tracing, Media and Entertainment, GTC Silicon Valley 2017 - ID S7188
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The NVIDIA Iray Light Transport Simulation and Rendering System
We reason about the design decisions that led to the system architecture of NVIDIA Iray. The scalable parallelization from single devices to clusters of GPU systems required new approaches to motion blur simulation, anti-aliasing, and fault tolerance, which are based on consistent sampling that at the same time enables push-button rendering with only a minimal set of user parameters. We then dive into technical details about light transport simulation, especially on how Iray deals with geometric light sources, importance sampling, decals, and material evaluation in order to be efficient on GPUs. It is remarkable how well the physically based system extends to modern workflows like, for example, light path expressions and matte objects. The separation of material definition and implementation has been key to the superior performance and rendering quality and resulted in the emerging standard MDL (material definition language).
We reason about the design decisions that led to the system architecture of NVIDIA Iray. The scalable parallelization from single devices to clusters of GPU systems required new approaches to motion blur simulation, anti-aliasing, and fault tolerance, which are based on consistent sampling that at the same time enables push-button rendering with only a minimal set of user parameters. We then dive into technical details about light transport simulation, especially on how Iray deals with geometric light sources, importance sampling, decals, and material evaluation in order to be efficient on GPUs. It is remarkable how well the physically based system extends to modern workflows like, for example, light path expressions and matte objects. The separation of material definition and implementation has been key to the superior performance and rendering quality and resulted in the emerging standard MDL (material definition language).  Back
 
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Rendering and Ray Tracing, GTC Silicon Valley 2017 - ID S7328
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Sharing Physically Based Materials Between Renderers with MDL
We'll discuss the basics of NVIDIA's Material Definition Language, showing how a single material can be used to define matching appearances between different renderers and rendering techniques. End users will learn how physically based definitions can be defined, while developers will learn what's entailed in supporting MDL within their own products or renderers.
We'll discuss the basics of NVIDIA's Material Definition Language, showing how a single material can be used to define matching appearances between different renderers and rendering techniques. End users will learn how physically based definitions can be defined, while developers will learn what's entailed in supporting MDL within their own products or renderers.  Back
 
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Rendering and Ray Tracing, SIGGRAPH 2018 - ID SIG1810
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