Artists today need powerful tools that can keep up with their creativity and imagination.
NVIDIA RTX has transformed creative workflows – bringing real-time ray tracing and accelerated computing to artists’ fingertips, so they can easily bring visions to life.
In these two webinars, you’ll hear from some of the world’s leading artists who are using AI and NVIDIA RTX technologies to create amazing work.
Artists+AI: Figures, Form, and Other Fantastical Experiments in Deep Learning
Tremendous advances in artificial intelligence and machine learning have the potential to revolutionize and disrupt many industries, but what about its impact on artists and the creative process?
In this webinar, Scott shares results and revelations from four years of experimentation using machine learning as a “creative collaborator” in his artistic process. He makes the case that AI, rather than rendering artists obsolete, will empower you and expand your creative horizons.
In this visual feast, Scott shares the eclectic range of successes and failures he encountered when creating powerful neural networks for representing and abstracting the human figure. Scott also gives a behind-the-scenes look at creating the work for his recent Artist + AI exhibition in London.
In this webinar you’ll:
- Gain an appreciation for the potential uses of AI in the creative process
- Get advice for getting started with machine learning
- Learn about the possibilities and limitations of AI as a medium for artists
Ray Tracing in Unreal Engine 4
Dive deeper into ray tracing in Unreal Engine 4.
Stay in the Light creator and RTX Unreal evangelist Richard Cowgill takes you through a sample project, explaining how to get great results with real-time ray traced reflections, global illumination, shadows, and more. You’ll also get an in-depth look at upcoming ray tracing features in Unreal Engine 4 which will enable you to take your work to the next level.
By watching this webinar, you’ll:
- Discover how to use ray tracing in Unreal Engine 4
- Learn about the NvRTX branch of Unreal Engine 4 and explore a sample project
- Get insights into ray-tracing technologies exclusively for RTX
NVIDIA’s invention of the GPU in 1999 sparked the growth of the PC gaming market, redefined modern computer graphics. and revolutionized parallel computing.
Now, NVIDIA’s visualization platform fuels innovation from the desktop to the data center to the cloud, while delivering unparalleled performance and capabilities. Whether you’re developing cutting-edge products, telling immersive stories, or reimagining cities of the future, NVIDIA RTX helps you do it better and faster.