Gamers Get Hands on with SHIELD and Our Latest GeForce GPUs at E3

by Will Park

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 the show.

The inspiration for our new booth design comes from the foundation upon which all 3D graphics technologies are built – triangles, millions upon millions of triangles. As a company dedicated to innovations in visual computing, we believe there could be no better way to connect with the gamers visiting our booth.

Attendees enjoyed time with NVIDIA's GeForce GPUs.
Attendees tried out NVIDIA’s newest GeForce GPUs, the GTX 770 and GTX 780.

Walk into the booth, and the first thing you’ll notice is the centrally located SHIELD gaming station. Dozens of SHIELD demo units stand ready to showcase some of the hottest Android gaming titles available, including Tegra 4-optimized games like Dead Trigger 2, Riptide GP 2, Blood Sword and Dead On Arrival 2.

On either side of the booth, you’ll find PC Game Streaming stations serving up high-end PC games – with all graphics settings cranked up – to SHIELD.

We’re also showing off our new GeForce GTX 770 and GTX 780 GPUs. The GeForce gaming demo stations feature games like Metro Last Light, Splinter Cell Blacklist and a new Borderlands 2 DLC called Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep.

And, if you’re at the show, make sure you stop by the NVIDIA booth and try your luck in our augmented reality (AR) t-shirt contest. When you arrive at our booth, grab a shirt and find an AR station. The SHIELD logo will morph into a video showing game trailers — unless you’re one of four lucky winners, who will win either a GeForce GTX 780 or a SHIELD.

Find the NVIDIA Booth in South Hall #2323.

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