Sunday, January 16, 2022

Nvidia showcase new innovation at CES 2022.

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  NVIDIA unveiled new technologies across gaming, laptops, displays and electric vehicles during a virtual keynote at CES 2022.

RTX GPUs and GeForce Gaming

  NVIDIA expands reach with new GeForce laptops and desktops, GeForce NOW Partners, and Omniverse for Creators:

  Over 160 new gaming and studio laptops built on RTX 30 Series GPUs in a variety of mobile styles, serving three billion gamers and tens of millions of content creators worldwide with the thinnest, lightest and most powerful laptops ever.

  New GeForce RTX 3080 Ti for laptops - bringing the flagship 80 Ti class of GPUs to laptops for the first time - along with the GeForce RTX 3070 and 3090 Ti GPUs. Also new is the GeForce RTX 3050 for desktops, the first 50-class desktop GPU to power the latest ray-traced games at over 60FPS.

Nvidia RTX

  10 new RTX games, which implement GPU-accelerated ray tracing, NVIDIA DLSS and NVIDIA Reflex technologies. Titles include The Day Before, Escape from Tarkov and the highly anticipated Ubisoft title Rainbow Six Extraction.

  Six new Reflex monitors and six new Reflex mice, for a total of 50+ Reflex mice and monitors to allow over 20 million GeForce gamers to compete with the latest technology.

  New 1440p 27-inch esports displays for an up to 3% improvement in aiming, from AOC, MIS, AGON, and Viewsonic.

GeForce NOW Cloud Gaming

  GeForce NOW delivers legendary GeForce gaming with more games on more networks to more devices:

  An extension of NVIDIA’s partnership with Electronic Arts, bringing Battlefield 4 and Battlefield V to GeForce NOW, streaming today.

  Partnership with Samsung to integrate GeForce NOW in its Smart TVs beginning in Q2 of this year, and teaming with AT&T to bring the service to customers with 5G devices on a qualifying plan.


  NVIDIA makes free version of Omniverse available to millions of individual creators and artists worldwide:

  A range of new features were added to Omniverse at CES, including:
Omniverse Nucleus Cloud - a one-click-to-collaborate 3D scene sharing feature, Omniverse Audio2Face - an AI-enabled app that animates a 3D face based on an audio track, including direct export to Epic’s MetaHuman for creating realistic characters
New assets from Mechwarrior 5 and Shadow Warrior 3 added to the Omniverse Machinima library And a wealth of free digital assets now available in the Omniverse launcher from leading 3D marketplaces.


  Groundbreaking updates to NVIDIA Studio power the 3D virtual worlds of tomorrow:

  GeForce RTX Studio creators now have access to NVIDIA Omniverse, a powerful platform for 3D artists to collaborate and accelerate their work across the many apps they use everyday.

  Upgrades to NVIDIA Canvas, The Studio app that converts brushstrokes into photorealistic images — it now supports 4x the resolution and includes new materials.

Autonomous Vehicles

  Autonomous Era arrives at CES 2022 with NVIDIA DRIVE hyperion and Omniverse Avatar:

  TuSimple announced that it will build its autonomous trucking platform on NVIDIA DRIVE Orin, working with leading delivery companies such as UPS, Navistar, and Penske EV makers including Volvo-backed Polestar and five EV companies in China have adopted NVIDIA DRIVE Hyperion 8, and five leading automotive suppliers now support it as well - Desay, Flex, Quanta, Valeo, and ZF Robot-taxi services like Zoox and Didi and trucking services like Volvo, Navistar and Plus are embracing NVIDIA.

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