NVIDIA Takes RTX, AI and CloudXR to Autodesk University

See the latest RTX Studio systems and check out the newest demos with RTX-accelerated apps like Autodesk VRED, Luxion KeyShot and Enscape.
by Anuj Aggarwal

From architectural design to virtual productions, NVIDIA RTX is taking visualizations to the next level — and you can see it all at Autodesk University, which runs Nov. 18-21 in Las Vegas.

Over 11,000 professionals from the engineering, construction and manufacturing industries will get a glimpse of how RTX accelerates design and visualization applications.

A number of our partners will be at Autodesk University to show how NVIDIA technology is incorporated into their products:

  • At Dell’s booth, see the new Precision 7540 workstations with Quadro RTX 4000 and RTX 5000. As part of the RTX Studio line of products, they are purpose-built for creative pros to deliver the most powerful graphics, AI-assisted features and real-time ray tracing, so artists can quickly render and create designs wherever they go.
  • See Dell’s exclusive demo of RTX-powered Autodesk VRED performing real-time rendering on a Dell Precision 7820 tower workstation.
  • Stop by Lenovo’s booth to learn about their partnership with Varjo, a Finland-based maker of VR headsets for enterprise applications. They’re combining world-leading head-mounted displays with powerful high-end computers so companies can implement VR faster than before.
  • Walk through critical AEC workflows in the HP booth and see how NVIDIA GPUs bring HP workstations, centralized workstations, mobile workstations and VR to life.
  • Hear HP, NVIDIA and Zaha Hadid Architects discuss the design process for the new Bee’ha headquarters during the lunch and learn session.
  • Watch how Autodesk Fusion 360 runs on ThinkPad P53 RTX Studio workstations during Lenovo’s Design Slam, a contest where attendees are challenged to design their own music festival.

Visit NVIDIA booth AE200 to see the latest RTX Studio systems and experience some of the newest demos, including:

Image courtesy of Luxion.

NVIDIA will also participate in talks and sessions. During the Technology Trends panel, Scott Borduin, senior vice president and CTO at Autodesk, will discuss the evolving relationship between humans and technology, and how collaborative tools are driving the future of design. Bob Pette, vice president of enterprise computing and visualization at NVIDIA, will join executives from ANSYS, Dell, HP, Lenovo and Unity in the discussion.

Join the Lunch & Learn with Senior Leadership on Wednesday to hear from Rev Lebaredian, vice president of simulation technology at NVIDIA, and Amy Bunszel, senior vice president at Autodesk, as they discuss and demonstrate the collaborative workflows and emerging technologies the two companies are pursuing to help customers enhance workflow, productivity and efficiency.

Learn more about NVIDIA RTX.