There are those who believe humanity’s most advanced technologies – next-gen processors, advanced displays, cool new handhelds – are engineered by aliens.
To them we say: the inventors of these technologies walk among us. Some can even be found at our booth at this week’s CES show.
Once you see these technologies you’ll want to believe, too. Here’s what you’ll find:
Tegra K1 – Our latest mobile processor is such a leap that it could only be described as “impossibly advanced” — causing a sensation when we built a crop circle in Salinas, Calif., in the shape of the new chip. Tegra K1 features 192 graphics cores built on the same Kepler architecture found in our desktop GPUs and supercomputer accelerators. Stop by our booth for a demo of Epic’s next-gen Unreal Engine 4 gaming engine – the same one powering the latest PC and console games.
1.5 Billion Pixels a Second – How fast can you drive? We’ve yoked an Origin Genesis PC loaded with four GeForce GTX Titan GPUs to a trio of 65-inch 4K Panasonic displays. They make for a system, running around $30,000, that pumps out 1.5 billion pixels a second as visitors careen around a photorealistic racetrack.
Cars – There’s more to this story than just the new Audi A3 and all electric BMW i3 parked front-and-center in our booth. With our new Tegra K1 Visual Computing Module (VCM), we’re building a new generation of fully configurable digital dashboards. Also on display: new advanced driver assistance systems technologies, like crash avoidance and lane-departure detection, made possible by K1. You’ll also see how our GPUs help automakers create photorealistic renderings of their cars for showrooms, and help designers create every facet of a new car’s design.
SHIELD and GRID – Our SHIELD gaming handheld is the ultimate gadget for gaming on the go. It can tap into thousands of Android games and stream PC games from across your house. And, with our new GRID gaming service, now in beta, SHIELD users in Northern California can sample PC games hosted at our data centers. It’s a console, too. We’re showing gamers how they can hook SHIELD up to their high-def televisions, grab a Bluetooth controller and enjoy all the games, movies, music and apps that SHIELD has to offer.
G-SYNC – The idea’s simple, even if the technology isn’t. Monitors have a fixed refresh rate, and GPUs don’t. As a result, gamers can see tearing and stutters on the screen when enjoying their favorite games. G-SYNC fixes that by synching the image on the screen to the GPU – no more stutters, no more tears. It has to be seen to be believed. We’re showing off G-SYNC side-by-side with older display technology on both 4K and conventional monitors at our booth.
So if you’re at CES, stop by our booth, pick up a t-shirt or temporary tattoo with an image of the Tegra K1. And decide for yourself: humans … aliens? Either way, they’re NVIDIANs.