It’s one of the most sophisticated photo calibration labs in the world. It’s at NVIDIA. And it’s not easy to find. To visit the labs where NVIDIA’s engineers make sure the smartphones and tablets that use Tegra take amazing photos you’ve got to leave NVIDIA’s distinctive – and crowded – main campus and wander through the… Read More
Meet Chief Blogger
Brian Caulfield edits NVIDIA's corporate blog. Previously, he was a journalist with Forbes, Red Herring, and Business 2.0. He has also written for Wired magazine.
NVIDIA’s GeForce team is putting on a show at the Maker Faire this weekend for the tens of thousands of do-it-yourselfers crowding through the grounds of the San Mateo County Event Center for the weekend event.
You don’t quit your corporate job to become a full-time professional poker player just to get stuck in a classroom — with a massive student loan. That, as they say, would be a sucker bet. Instead, Javier Torresola studies software engineering on his iPad from his home in Vancouver. Javier, 38, left his job as… Read More
The human cerebellum is a mysterious thing. Responsible for motor control, it’s the reason why we can walk, run, or learn to hit a baseball without having to consciously think through the mechanics of what we’re doing. These are some of the tasks that robots – with their ‘electronic’ brains – struggle with most. Now… Read More
Enterprise computing is in a state of upheaval, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang told a standing-room only crowd of hundreds at the annual RTT Excite conference in Munich, sponsored by RTT, a leading company in high-end 3D visualization. Employees are ditching company-issued black-and-grey boxes for their own devices. They’re swapping heavy laptops and deskbound workstations for… Read More
There are many ways to play videogames at NVIDIA’s campus, but this is a new one. Todd and Will from Team Tegra paired Project SHIELD with Parrot’s AR.Drone 2.0 to take to the air, turning our Silicon Valley campus into the setting for a fast-and-furious race to the finish earlier this month. Project SHIELD unlocks… Read More
Just a few years ago, no one would have guessed that tablets would become the next great gaming platform. Now tablets are about to get the same technologies that make PC and console games so immersive. Our CEO, Jen-Hsun Huang, showed footage of “Battlefield 3” running on a mobile version of our Kepler GPU at… Read More
No one understands business better than an accountant. But who knew an accounting class could produce a video that captured the soul, as well as the stats, that animate our company so well? A team of six students at the University of Southern California’s Business Administration 280: Accounting I class — Brian H. Wang, Connor… Read More
Can a company have a soul? Our work blending the science and art of visual computing evokes passion and precision. Sensation and spirit. Detail and depth. These relationships are something Carl Peterson aimed to explore when he toyed with ideas for the cover of our latest annual report. And that brought the tall, soft-spoken NVIDIA… Read More
Art and science. Design and technology. Style and substance. These aren’t competing ideas, Ralph Gilles, Chrysler’s senior VP for product design, explained in his keynote at our GPU Technology Conference, focusing on how new technology has accelerated automotive design. Starting with the Chrysler 300 – a much-acclaimed sedan introduced in 2003 – Gilles has led… Read More