A look back at the computer future: Nvidia goes all-in on AI, Sony shows a bit more of Playstation VR 2.
Nvidia’s big AI show
GTC is the name of Nvidia’s regular technology conference, which stands for “GPU technology conference” – and thus actually describes times when Nvidia could primarily be considered a graphics card manufacturer.
This time is certainly not over, graphics cards are still Nvidia’s cash cow – and they will remain so for a long time. But at the current GTC, Nvidia once again made it clear where the tech giant’s journey is heading: artificial intelligence and everything it requires in terms of hardware and software. Consequently, the GTC’s subheading now reads: “The No. 1 conference for AI developers”.
>> GTC 2022: Omniverse, Hopper GPU, better AI – Nvidia shows everything
Future of computing now!
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? of the week: news on Sony’s PSVR2
Attentive listening was in order when VR experts from Unity presented their view of Sony’s Playstation VR 2 at the Game Developers Conference. Among other things, they revealed details about eye tracking and controller functions.
>> Playstation VR2: New details about hardware and controllers
A ? finish
Als „semi-virtuell“ bezeichnet Unity-Entwickler Greg Madison seinen digitalen Zukunftscomputer, den er mit einer Tastatur und einer Quest-2-Brille bootet. Seine Demo ist ein eindrucksvoller Ausblick auf das Potenzial von Mixed-Reality-Workstations im Überall-Büro.
>> Semi-virtual computer: Developer shows impressive video