The Game Developer Conference (GDC) is here, and NVIDIA will be showcasing how our latest technologies are driving the future of game development and graphics. Check out our list of sessions now.
The Game Developer Conference (GDC) is here, and NVIDIA will be showcasing how our latest technologies are driving the future of game development and graphics.
From NVIDIA Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS) to RTX Global Illumination (RTXGI), our latest tools and technologies are helping game developers create realistic and stunning virtual worlds for gamers. Attendees will also get an exclusive look at how NVIDIA Omniverse, the open platform for virtual collaboration and simulation, is helping developers accelerate production workflows.
And don’t miss our sessions at GDC:
Get an inside look at all the collaboration tools available in Omniverse. Explore the platform’s ability to connect popular tools and applications, including Epic Games’ Unreal Engine 4, Autodesk Maya and 3ds Max, and Substance by Adobe.
Learn more about the NVIDIA RTX Unreal Engine Branch (NvRTX), and discover technologies such as RTXDI, RTXGI, new denoisers like Relax, ray-traced volumetrics and tools like the BVH viewer. See demonstrations on how complex settings like a jungle or museum can be built with NvRTX, and get a better understanding of how AAA real-time ray tracing visuals are created.
This session will cover the technology that makes DLSS possible. Learn how to integrate DLSS into a new game engine. Graphic programmers, technical artists and technical directors are encouraged to join this session so they can learn more about the engine requirements for DLSS and pick up general DLSS debugging tools.
Game developers can dive into the NvRTX family of branches, and learn how to bring enhanced ray tracing support to Unreal Engine 4. This session will cover several challenges developers can encounter when working to deploy ray tracing in a game environment. Join us and explore how NVIDIA has crafted solutions for these challenges within the context of a curated branch of UE4.
Students, technical artists, programmers and developers can experience ray tracing at interactive framerates with DXR and Vulkan Ray Tracing. Join this session to check out some of the available tools and features that developers can use to take advantage of NVIDIA GPUs and improve the graphics in games.
Enter for a Chance to Win Some Gems
Attendees can win a limited-edition hard copy of Ray Tracing Gems II, the follow up to 2019’s Ray Tracing Gems.
Ray Tracing Gems II brings the community of rendering experts back together to share their knowledge. The book covers everything in ray tracing and rendering, from basic concepts geared toward beginners to full ray tracing deployment in shipping AAA games.
Learn more about the sweepstakes and enter for a chance to win.
Register for GDC today and join us to get the latest on NVIDIA technology in the gaming industry.