NVIDIA Holodeck Is An AI Powered Virtual Design Laboratory That Allows To Design CAD Objects In Virtual Reality
NVIDIA is actually bringing the future to the present & we just had a bunch of announcements about the new hights of AI that NVIDIA is already capable of delivering through their new products. One of these exiting AI products was the NVIDIA Holodeck.
What the Holodeck actually does is that, it allows the user to import their CAD projects into a Virtual Space where one on more people from anywhere around the world can work on that same project. It literally takes the user to that Virtual Space in VR & makes the experience like all the users working on that exact project at the exact same time are present together at that Virtual Space.
The Demo that NVIDIA showcased on the event was three NVIDIA Employees from different places working on the same Car Designing project in a virtual design center.
So as you may have guessed it, these robots here are the users who are in different places & they are literally working on the design of this car together. This was actually a CAD project imported directly to that virtual space. So, users can literally change everything including the configurations, the appearance etc. from both the outside & the inside of the car.
NVIDIA also showcased that using AI, how the user can look inside the car at the core components by either moving close to the object & seeing though a particular area or splitting the whole car apart to view every possible component of that car.
So NVIDIA is definitely pushing the boundaries of AI with the Holodeck & a bunch of new & way more powerful AI systems including the new TENSORRT3 approach, Self Learning Virtual Robots, improved AI for Self Driving Cars & more.
Early Access for Holodeck is available so, if you’re into it you can apply for it right now. So, I’m leaving the link below,
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Source: NVIDIA (Facebook)