Zero Density tracking system driven by AI gets IBC recognition

Traxis markerless system named IBC Best of Show in TV Tech category. Real-time graphics technology company Zero Density, which offers the Traxis talentS AI-powered markerless tracking system, caught the eye of industry experts at IBC recently and was named Best of Show in the TV Tech category for the tracker. The stereoscopic AI-driven offering makes … Read more

Zero Density Academy now in session

New learning portal for real-time graphics creators. Zero Density knows a thing or two about virtual studio, augmented reality, and real-time graphics solutions for the broadcast, live events, and esports industries. Now the company is offering to pass along information and knowledge garnered over the years by launching a free online learning platform for creators … Read more

Nvidia’s Ampere 2020 signals a new era for Nvidia

The successor to Volta and Turing ushers in a new architecture. Nvidia’s GPU Technology Conference in 2020 didn’t proceed like any before it. Originally scheduled for what turned out to coincide COVID-19 onslaught of March, Nvidia early on reworked the conference to an online event. And rather than scheduling talks and sessions live and packed … Read more

Enterprise VR with human eye resolution

Varjo says the VR-1’s full field of view covers 87 degrees. By Ted Pollak When I first encountered Varjo’s human eye resolution VR HMD in 2017, it was impressive but rough around the edges.  The company, based in Helsinki, has since grown from 12 to 112 people and has raised $51 million. Their headset is targeted … Read more

The tale of Turing

A big-picture look at how Nvidia got to Turing, and how the new architecture signals an inflection point in GPU evolution. At Siggraph in August, Nvidia pulled the covers off of Turing, which one could argue is both a successor to not one but both of its preceding generations, Pascal and Volta. In the process, … Read more