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OptiX has broken some major barriers recently by enabling out-of-GPU-core memory rendering and by adding a CPU rendering back-end when an OptiX-capable GPU is not present in the system. OptiX users and CUDA developers will be interested in how we accomplished these feats within the existing GPU architecture. This talk will provide a brief introduction to OptiX and then dive into what the new features provide. We will then go under the covers and show how we pulled it off.

OptiX has broken some major barriers recently by enabling out-of-GPU-core memory rendering and by adding a CPU rendering back-end when an OptiX-capable GPU is not present in the system. OptiX users and CUDA developers will be interested in how we accomplished these feats within the existing GPU architecture. This talk will provide a brief introduction to OptiX and then dive into what the new features provide. We will then go under the covers and show how we pulled it off.

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Rendering & Ray Tracing
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Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2012
Session ID:
S2366
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