Thursday, 9 December 2010



Newest Quadro & 3D Vision Pro Solutions Showing at SIGGRAPH ASIA

Posted: 09 Dec 2010 08:00 AM PST

We're excited that SIGGRAPH ASIA 2010, one of the largest computer graphics tradeshows in the region, is taking place in Seoul, Korea next week. We'll be at the event showing the latest Quadro and 3D Vision Pro Solutions at our booth.  If you’re going, you can visit us in Coex 3F Hall C, Booth #C15, where you’ll see:

The Newest NVIDIA Quadro Professional Graphics Solutions
Based on the innovative Fermi architecture, with massive parallel processing capabilities, the newest Quadro solutions deliver 5x faster application performance and 8x faster computational simulation. More Info

NVIDIA Quadro Plex 7000 Visualization Systems
Seamlessly display up to 36 megapixels across eight displays for ultra high-resolution, powerwall environments. More Info

NVIDIA 3D Vision Pro
Advanced stereoscopic 3D solution that provides a fully immersive experience for exploring and investigating complex datasets in multi-user environments. More Info

In addition to activities at our booth, we'll also be hosting a CUDA Workshop, co-located with SIGGRAPH Asia, on December 16th in Rooms 317B/C. The Workshop will feature speakers from WetaDigital, Industrial Light & Magic, Adobe, Indiana University, as well as NVIDIA engineers. This workshop is open to all attendees of SIGGRAPH Asia and covers a breadth of topics from Tools and APIs for GPU Computing, to using 3D Stereoscopic Solutions in Broadcast & Film Production.

You can also catch NVIDIA at the SIGGRAPH Exhibitor Tech Talks, discussing "GPU Ray Tracing at the Desktop and in the Cloud" (December 17th from 9:30-10:45) and "The State of the Art Application Development on GPUs" (December 18th from 13:30-14:45).

If you're at SIGGRAPH Asia, stop by our booth to say hello and see the latest in NVIDIA professional solutions. If you’re not attending the show but are interested in getting more information about Quadro products, please visit us on the web at

NVIDIA Project Inspire: Personal Perspective from Ujesh Desai

Posted: 08 Dec 2010 02:05 PM PST

Ed. Note: This is the second of three personal views of our annual holiday volunteerism event, Project Inspire, where employees and their families help transform an undeserved school, park or neighborhood center. This year's event for our Santa Clara office takes place Saturday, Dec. 11.

It's that time of the year again – the holidays.  For my family it's really hectic. Not only do we have Thanksgiving and Christmas, but we have both my daughters birthdays as well. Combine that with dance recitals, school events, and family coming into town and you kind of get a picture of how crazy things are at our house.

Ujesh's wife and daughters work together as a family during the event

That said, participating in charitable events is something we always take time to do because we believe it's important to try and make a difference in someone's life and we want to teach our daughters the true spirit of the holiday season – giving.  Project Inspire is an event my family and I have participated in over the years and we absolutely love it.  Last year, we helped completely remodel a school.  My wife, my two daughters and I were in charge of painting the outside of several buildings.  It was a long, exhausting day but it was immensely satisfying.

This year we're helping design and build a community garden, constructing a large greenhouse that will serve as a hands-on science lab for thousands of kids, and helping renovate a historic park and surrounding buildings.  I'm sure it's going to be a day of back-breaking labor, but also lots of laughter, fun and time for my whole family to bond.   No matter how crazy things get over the holidays, my family and I will always make time for Project Inspire.

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