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Legacy production methods can't keep up with the global nature of content creation. A Virtual Studio lets you deploy resources where and when you need them in a matter of minutes, rather than weeks, so you can ramp up and down as production ebbs and flows. Now artists and engineers can have powerful virtual workstations powered by NVIDIA RTX GPUs from Google Cloud. They can create photorealistic images and visual effects leveraging the latest visual computing advancements in raytracing, AI, advanced shading and simulation made possible by NVIDIA's Turing architecture. From the cloud, you're also able to visualize and manipulate massive datasets. This session examines the benefits, strategies, and challenges of building a Virtual Studio on Google Cloud Platform, powered by NVIDIA GPUs.

Legacy production methods can't keep up with the global nature of content creation. A Virtual Studio lets you deploy resources where and when you need them in a matter of minutes, rather than weeks, so you can ramp up and down as production ebbs and flows. Now artists and engineers can have powerful virtual workstations powered by NVIDIA RTX GPUs from Google Cloud. They can create photorealistic images and visual effects leveraging the latest visual computing advancements in raytracing, AI, advanced shading and simulation made possible by NVIDIA's Turing architecture. From the cloud, you're also able to visualize and manipulate massive datasets. This session examines the benefits, strategies, and challenges of building a Virtual Studio on Google Cloud Platform, powered by NVIDIA GPUs.

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Topics:
Virtual Reality & Augmented Reality
Type:
Talk
Event:
SIGGRAPH
Year:
2019
Session ID:
SIG978
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Legacy production methods can't keep up with the global nature of content creation. Studios need to operate where tax incentives are offered, and artist talent may be located anywhere in the world. A Virtual Studio lets you deploy resources where and when you need them in a matter of minutes, rather than weeks, so you can ramp up and down as production ebbs and flows. Virtual Studios are fueled by GPUs, which provide artists and engineers with both a powerful virtual workstation and the ability to accelerate renders and simulations, both locally and distributed across clusters. On the cloud, you're able to visualize and manipulate massive datasets that would be difficult or even impossible to achieve on traditional hardware. This session examines the benefits, strategies, and challenges of building a Virtual Studio on Google Cloud Platform, powered by NVIDIA GPUs.

Legacy production methods can't keep up with the global nature of content creation. Studios need to operate where tax incentives are offered, and artist talent may be located anywhere in the world. A Virtual Studio lets you deploy resources where and when you need them in a matter of minutes, rather than weeks, so you can ramp up and down as production ebbs and flows. Virtual Studios are fueled by GPUs, which provide artists and engineers with both a powerful virtual workstation and the ability to accelerate renders and simulations, both locally and distributed across clusters. On the cloud, you're able to visualize and manipulate massive datasets that would be difficult or even impossible to achieve on traditional hardware. This session examines the benefits, strategies, and challenges of building a Virtual Studio on Google Cloud Platform, powered by NVIDIA GPUs.

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Topics:
Animation & VFX
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2019
Session ID:
S91042
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