Nvidia announces the launch on its blog of the weekly series “In the NVIDIA Studio”. Its goal ? Enabling creative users to take even greater advantage of the tools and technologies grouped under the Nvidia Studio umbrella.
“In the NVIDIA Studio” is the name of a new publication shared weekly on the Nvidia Studio blog, and the first “issue” of which is accessible at this address. This concept of “weekly series that celebrates these artists, their work and innovative techniques“, explains Nvidia, allows the brand to have a new vector to give tips and advice to creators, but also to offer them a more complete overview of what is possible with the tools and technologies grouped under the Nvidia Studio brand.
” VSThis is where we’ll share the latest information and benefits of the Studio ecosystem: exclusive updates to NVIDIA Omniverse, Canvas, and Broadcast apps; new tools and integrations into popular creative software, including AI-assisted features that handle mundane tasks while freeing up bandwidth; as well as announcements of interesting products“, details Nvidia in its press release.
Guiding, informing and inspiring creative people
The first edition of this new series is dedicated to the work of the 3D artistJasmin Habezai-Fekri, whose dreamlike creations are made using three main software tools: the Unreal Engine (capable of exploiting DLSS technology and its scaling by AI), the indestructible Blender, but also Stuff 3D. As Nvidia points out, the creator uses a configuration focused on a GeForce RTX 2070 to allow her projects to take shape.
The launch of “In the NVIDIA Studio” also aims to capture a little more attention from advanced users, to focus on Nvidia’s solutions. Through this, Nvidia also wants to establish itself as a key player in the digital content creation market. It must be said that with its RTX graphics cards, its dominance in the sector laptop and its Nvidia Studio drivers (allowing close compatibility with the main creation tools), the Californian giant has taken a significant lead over its competitors.
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