Articles tagged in "NVIDIA"

Andy Lomas — Artist and Lecturer in Creative Computing

Math and biology meet in Andy Lomas’s intricate, mind-bending CG art. He tells Chris how his background in VFX and enthusiasm for natural forms inspired his work.

Alexander Soklev — V-Ray GPU Team Lead, Chaos Group

V-Ray GPU is awesomely powerful — and with out-of-core rendering, it’s only going to get better. Join Chaos Group’s Alex Soklev for a peek behind-the-scenes.

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Why Ian Spriggs uses V-Ray GPU rendering for 3D portraits

Masterly CG artist Ian Spriggs is reinventing himself in more ways than one: Experimenting with a new self-portrait and switching to V-Ray GPU rendering in Maya.

Razer Blade Studio Edition Laptop in the Chaos Group Labs studio
How to pick the right rendering hardware with V-Ray Benchmark

Discover how V-Ray Benchmark first started out, its role in the CG industry today, as well as how to run and analyze CPU and GPU rendering benchmark tests.

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Win prizes and get what you need to speed up your render times with RTX On

NVIDIA’s RTX technology has halved SuperBlimp’s V-Ray GPU rendering times. Discover more — and win a V-Ray license and a graphics card in our giveaway.

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V-Ray GPU Adds Support for NVIDIA RTX

RTX acceleration brings a speed boost to new V-Ray Next updates

Ankit Patel — Director of Developer Product Marketing, NVIDIA

NVIDIA’s powerful, versatile technology has been one of the CG industry’s best power-ups. Find out the story behind the silicone with one of its smartest guys.

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How to render an underwater shot with V-Ray Next for 3ds Max

Learn how to render a convincing swimming pool — with fog and caustics — for your next arch-viz animation with these tips and video guide by Mario Cameras.

Phil Miller — Vice President of Product Management, Chaos Group

One of the minds behind computing’s most important creative software has brought his expertise and passion to Chaos Group. He tells Chris his incredible story.

Profiling the NVIDIA RTX cards

You’ve seen the future of ray tracing and GPU rendering. Now learn how the GeForce RTX cards performed in Vlado’s benchmarking experiments, and what it means.

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What does the new NVIDIA RTX hardware mean for ray tracing, GPU rendering & V-Ray?

With the big announcement of new GPU ray-tracing hardware, Vlado explains what this breakthrough means for the future of rendering.

V-Ray Next: Experiments with the NVIDIA Optix Denoiser

Noise is a common issue with rendering, usually solved by longer rendering. Another solution is denoising. Using NVIDIA's OptiX denoising algorithm, V-Ray experiments with real time denoising based on deep learning.

Tomasz Wyszolmirski and Vlado – Live at FMX 2017

Chaos Group’s co-founder and Dabarti’s director answer GPU and V-Ray questions at digital arts fest.

Michael Wilken - Saatchi & Saatchi 3D

How Saatchi & Saatchi is the driving force behind car advertisements

Jeff Mottle - CG Architecture

Jeff Mottle and Chris Nichols get back together a year later to talk about what has changed in ArchViz and Technology since the last GTC

Blagovest Taskov - GPU

Blagovest Taskov helps us understand the importance of hardware, especially on the GPU when it comes to rendering.

Boris Simandoff - V-Ray Cloud

Boris Simandoff helps us understand what Cloud is.

Year in Review 2015

Lon, David, and Chris discuss what happened in 2015

Scott DeWoody and Alan Robles

We talk to Scott DeWoody and Alan Robles at Gensler about what technology has to offer for the future of architecture design.

Kevin Margo and Derron Ross

With Kevin as Director, and Derron as an Animation Director, Actor, and even Stunt choreographer, they have both pushed what is possible when it comes to using technology to tell stories.