Earlier this month NVIDIA announced its new Project Holodeck viewer which has been created the ability to create photorealistic collaborative virtual reality experiences providing the feeling of a real world presence using site sound and haptics.
This week NVIDIA have released a demonstration video providing more information on the new Holodeck environment allows creators to import high-fidelity, full-resolution models into VR.
Holodeck is built on an enhanced version of Epic Games’ Unreal Engine 4 and includes NVIDIA GameWorks, VRWorks and DesignWorks, delivering unparalleled photorealism, and physics simulation in collaborative virtual reality. NVIDIA CEO and founder Jensen Huang demonstrated Holodeck’s potential in his keynote address at our GPU Technology Conference, taking place this week in Silicon Valley.
“No other car feels, looks or sounds like a Koenigsegg — each is an individually commissioned work of art, custom designed and engineered to our customers’ desires,” says Christian von Koenigsegg, founder of Koenigsegg Automotive AB. “The possibilities for Holodeck technology as a tool that will allow our customers to experience the bespoke nature of their vehicle before it is built are very exciting.”
To learn more about the new NVIDIA Project Holodeck jump over to the official NVIDIA website and blog via the link below
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