NVIDIA's Latest Advancements Revolutionize 3D Content Creation


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Cutting-edge AI technologies are transforming the landscape of 3D content creation. These advancements range from imbuing characters with realistic emotions to converting text into dynamic imagery. The NVIDIA GTC is currently underway, offering a global, complimentary conference focused on AI and the metaverse. During the event, NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang unveiled several new advancements. We’ll start with a brief overview and then discuss each advancement more thoroughly.


  • First we saw the Omniverse Audio2Face app that employs generative AI to streamline workflows for creators.
  • The NVIDIA Omniverse platform, designed for developing and operating metaverse applications, has expanded with the updated Unreal Engine Connector, open-beta Unity Connector, and SimReady 3D assets.
  • The latest NVIDIA RTX GPUs, powered by the Ada Lovelace architecture, are driving next-generation laptop and desktop workstations to meet the needs of AI, design, and industrial metaverse applications.
  • The NVIDIA Studio Driver for March includes support for the RTX Video Super Resolution feature, which is now available for GeForce RTX 40 and 30 Series GPUs.
  • Finally, the Adobe Substance 3D art and development team will demonstrate the collaborative process of creating the animated short End of Summer using Omniverse USD Composer (formerly known as Create) this week in the NVIDIA Studio.

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