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    NVIDIA Omniverse Foundational Technology Montage I GTC Spring 2023 Edition

    Mar 21, 2023

    NVIDIA Omniverse is a computing platform that enables individuals and teams to develop Universal Scene Description-based 3D workflows and metaverse applications. With powerful AI, physics, simulation, and rendering capabilities, Omniverse's core technology simplifies complex 3D workflows by allowing creators and developers to connect and build 3D tools faster than ever.

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    "NVIDIA and Microsoft to Bring the Industrial Metaverse and AI to Hundreds of Millions of Enterprise Users via Azure Cloud"
    Microsoft Azure to Host NVIDIA DGX Cloud for AI Supercomputing, and NVIDIA Omniverse Cloud for Building and Operating 3D Worlds; Companies to Connect Omniverse Platform to Microsoft 365 Applications

    March 21, 2023

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    NVIDIA Omniverse Foundational Technology Montage | SIGGRAPH 2023

    Aug 8, 2023

    See the culmination of decades of NVIDIA rendering, simulation, and AI technologies in this demo highlighting NVIDIA Omniverse. This computing platform lets individuals and teams develop Universal Scene Description (OpenUSD)-based 3D workflows and applications.
    "NVIDIA Releases Major Omniverse Upgrade With Generative AI and OpenUSD"
    New Platform Updates, Connections to Adobe Firefly, OpenUSD to RealityKit, Ada-Generation Systems Accelerate Interoperable 3D Workflows and Industrial Digitalization

    August 8, 2023
    Last edited by Airicist2; 8th August 2023 at 20:33.

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    Introducing Generative Physical AI

    Jun 3, 2024

    @NVIDIAOmniverse is a development platform for virtual world simulation, combining real-time physically based rendering, physics simulation, and generative AI technologies.

    In Omniverse, robots can learn to be robots – minimizing the sim-to-real gap, and maximizing the transfer of learned behavior.

    Building robots with generative physical AI requires three computers:

    - NVIDIA AI supercomputers to train the models.
    - NVIDIA Jetson Orin, and next generation Jetson Thor robotics supercomputer, to run the models.
    - And NVIDIA Omniverse, where robots can learn and refine their skills in simulated worlds.

    Read the press release to learn more:

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