Thousands of gamers at the annual E3 Expo in Los Angeles are filing through our booth this week to get hands-on time with SHIELD, NVIDIA’s portable gaming device. And they’re already thinking about where they’ll use the device to sneak in some gaming.
The IT world is being upended. PC sales are declining with the rise of smartphones and tablets. High-definition screens are proliferating, showing up on most every machine. Android is increasingly pervasive. Yesterday’s PC industry, which produced several hundred million units a year, will soon become a computing-devices industry that produces many billions of units a… Read More
We can’t say who they are. We won’t say what they look like. But we can say they’re good at their job. As show attendees crowded into bars and night clubs, a team equipped with powerful projectors roamed the streets, throwing thirty-foot high images of SHIELD gameplay onto buildings around downtown Los Angeles. How do… Read More
This year’s biggest upcoming games – including Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, Watch Dogs, Splinter Cell: Black List, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, and Batman: Arkham Origins – are being built with technology from NVIDIA. No surprise, given NVIDIA’s investment in game development, Tony Tamasi, NVIDIA’s senior vice president of content and technology told an… Read More
If you’re at E3 2013 in Los Angeles, you’ll want to swing by the Los Angeles Convention Center South Hall to check out the triangle-inspired NVIDIA booth (#2323). For those of you experiencing E3 vicariously through us, join us for a tour of the booth that is serving as our home for the entirety of… Read More
If you had come to me 12 years ago when I started working at NVIDIA and told me that one day I would be able to play my PC games anywhere I wanted, I would not have believed it. It seemed technologically impossible. Flash forward to today and that is exactly what we are doing… Read More
PC gaming – the most powerful, open gaming ecosystem around – is thriving. And a new generation of mobile devices and cloud services are putting more powerful experiences into a ridiculous variety of portable devices.
Faster workstations make for happier artists. Just ask Pixomondo. They labored over nearly 300 shots for the film Star Trek Into Darkness, which opened last month, grabbing strong reviews and more than $200 million in U.S. box office sales. Prior to installing NVIDIA Quadro K4000 GPUs, the visual effects company’s systems were pushed to the… Read More
Talk about a dream assignment. Benedikt, an affable 26-year old intern at NVIDIA, had just been pulled aside by his supervisor, Rochelle, who is a manager in NVIDIA’s 3D vision software team. He was thrilled. Benedikt – who is working on a doctoral thesis in power efficient gaming at the Technical University of Munich – would be given… Read More
Computex is a spectacle of a tradeshow, and as such it means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. But if you’re like some of us, Computex means one thing: here come all the new notebooks. That’s because more often than not, Intel coordinates the embargo lifting for their new generation… Read More
NVIDIA’s Emerging Companies Summit (ECS) is all about innovation, so it’s no surprise the next stop in its world tour is Sweden, the country recently ranked as the most innovative in the European Union. For the last five years running, ECS has descended on Silicon Valley to discuss with startups, analysts, investors and others how… Read More