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Nvidia GauGAN

Nvidia GauGAN

This amazing software uses deep learning tech to create photorealistic nature scenes by sketching fields of color which represent objects and materials. The results are impressively convincing, complete with reflections. Learn more on Nvidia’s blog.

HP Omen X Emperium 65 Display

HP Omen X Emperium 65 Display
$5000  Buy Link Comment

The crazy expensive HP Omen X Emperium 65 is the first commercially available NVIDIA Big Format Gaming Display. The 65″ monitor has HDR, a 144Hz refresh rate, 4ms response time, and NVIDIA G-Sync. It also has an NVIDIA Shield built-in and comes with a soundbar.

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AI Generated Faces

AI Generated Faces

Researchers from NVIDIA demonstrate “A Style-Based Generator Architecture for Generative Adversarial Networks,” which is a fancy way of describing artificial intelligence that’s capable of creating human face variants and other objects that never actually existed in real life.

AI Image Restoration

AI Image Restoration

Two Minute Papers presents a look at an amazing bit of image enhancement tech from Nvidia, Aalto University, and MIT which uses machine learning algorithms to identify noise in an image, and dramatically reduce it, recovering details that were thought to be lost.

NVIDIA RTX Ray Tracing Demo

NVIDIA RTX Ray Tracing Demo

Turing is the latest tech from GPU experts NVIDIA. It represents a breakthrough in real-time ray tracing – long thought of as the holy grail of CGI due to its ability to replicate reflections. The tech is currently pricey, but we hope to see it in gaming systems someday.

Simulating Super Slow-Mo

Simulating Super Slow-Mo

NVIDIA is working on algorithms which can turn regular speed video footage into smooth slow motion, by creating convincing – albeit simulated – frames in between which look extremely close to the real deal. They even slowed down The Slow Mo Guys.

Nvidia Big Format Gaming Displays

Nvidia Big Format Gaming Displays

Nvidia’s Big Format Gaming Display is meant to be a 4K TV for gamers. It has a 65″ 4K HDR screen with 120Hz refresh rate and compatibility with G-Sync technology. It also has Nvidia’s Shield streaming built-in. Look for BFGDs from Asus, Acer and HP in 2018.

NVIDIA GeForce Now for Mac

NVIDIA GeForce Now for Mac

NVIDIA GeForce Now is an upcoming video game subscription service for Mac (and later for Windows as well). The beta currently supports over 100 games including Battlegrounds and The Witcher 3. You have to own the games on Steam or Battle.net to stream them.

MSI GT83VR Titan SLI Laptop

MSI GT83VR Titan SLI Laptop
$3999+  Buy Link Comment

Built to run the latest VR games, the GT83VR Titan SLI is a monster of a gaming laptop, with an 18.4″ display, Intel’s quad-core i7-6920HQ or 6820HK CPU, 512GB to 1TB SSD, Nvidia GTX 1080 Dual SLI GPUs, and a mechanical Steelseries keyboard with RGB backlighting.

Gaming at 10,000 Feet

Gaming at 10,000 Feet

To promote its SHIELD gaming system, NVIDIA dropped professional skydiver Jeff Provenzano from a C-130 Hercules transporter while playing games in his living room. They want us to question whether it’s real or fake, but we’re thinking it’s real, given Jeff’s credentials.

NVIDIA Shield for TV

NVIDIA Shield for TV
$200-$300  Buy Link Comment

Not to be confused with the portable gaming device, the new NVIDIA Shield is a media streaming device for HDTVs. It runs Android TV and is capable of 4K streaming. It can also stream games from a PC with a compatible NVIDIA GPU.

NVIDIA Grid Game Streaming

NVIDIA Grid Game Streaming

The Grid lets you stream PC games at 720p. The demo is free from 11/18/14 to 6/30/15 but only works on the Shield Tablet and Shield portable, though we wouldn’t be surprised if it becomes available on other devices down the road.

NVIDIA Shield

NVIDIA Shield
$299  Buy Link Comment

NVIDIA’s first mobile gaming device is available for pre-order and shipping soon. It runs Android Jelly Bean and comes with two games, with more on Google Play. Also streams games from your PC if you have a compatible graphics card.

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NVIDIA Project Shield

NVIDIA Project Shield

A handheld Android gaming system which offers a powerful Tegra 4 CPU, can play games on your TV, and stream games from PCs with a compatible graphics card. Price and release date TBD.

NVIDIA ION Cube PC

NVIDIA ION Cube PC

Bill Owen’s NVIDIA ION Cube PC is a working work-of-art: the aluminum and acrylic case rotates 360 degrees on a pedestal, with an Atom CPU running on an ION 330 motherboard.

NVIDIA GTX 285

NVIDIA GTX 285
$430+  Buy Comment

Most likely the fastest single-GPU available, NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 285 is about 10% faster than its GTX 280 brethren; it sports 240 stream processors and 1GB of GDDR3 memory.

Nvidia Quadro CX

Nvidia Quadro CX
$1,999  Buy Comment

Nvidia’s CS4-friendly Quadro CX features parallel processing abilities, a 1.5GB frame buffer and 76.8GBps of bandwidth; it can also support dual displays of up to 2560×1600 pixels.

NVIDIA Quadro Plex 2200

NVIDIA Quadro Plex 2200
$10,750  Buy Comment

NVIDIA’s Quadro Plex 2200 D2s are targeted towards 3D modelers and scientists, but we dig the design and power under the hood: two Quadro FX 5800 GPUs and 8 GB of memory.

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