Jensen Huang, NVIDIA’s CEO, opened up CES on Sunday night by unveiling amazing new technology innovations during the NVIDIA Press Conference, including the GeForce RTX 2060 powered by NVIDIA’s Turing™ architecture. CES, the world’s biggest consumer technology trade show expects to host over 180,000 attendees from 150 countries during the four-day event. For over 50 years CES has served as the global arena where next-generation innovations and breakthrough technologies are introduced to the marketplace. Owned and produced by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), it attracts the world's business leaders and pioneering thinkers.
Topics: PNYPRO, PNY, NVIDIA, NVIDIA GPU, CES, JensenHuang, NVIDIATuring, Geforce RTX 2060, Consumer Electronic Show, Tradeshow, realtime ray tracing, Artificial Intelligence, AI, GeForce RTX, DLSS Technology
CES 2017 – the largest tech show in the US – dazzled its keynote audience with a stunning presentation delivered on an enormous screen: 180-degree across, 300 feet long and 14-feet high.
Powered by CANVAS software from Montreal-based Immersive Design Studios utilizing the real time rendering and processing of the Epic Games Unreal Engine 4 game engine, this massive display — 28,800 pixels wide and 1080 pixels tall — relied on a bank of 10 NVIDIA Quadro P6000 graphic boards to crank out nearly two billion pixels a second!
NextComputing will present its deployable virtual reality development solution at the Gigabyte™ CES pre-show Global Press Event, January 4, 2017, at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas. This solution combines the power and flexibility of NextComputing’s Radius Edge portable workstation computer with a Gigabyte motherboard, NVIDIA® Quadro® VR-Ready graphics, and professional VR applications such as Assimilate SCRATCH VR and Autodesk LIVE. Visitors will be able to experience these solutions at the Global Press Event on the Oculus Rift HMD.