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NVIDIA RealityServer Propels 3D Cloud Computing Using GPUs

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NVIDIA, inventor of the graphics processing unit (GPU), and mental images, world leader in rendering technologies, introduced today the NVIDIA RealityServer platform for cloud computing, a powerful combination of GPUs and software that streams interactive, photo-realistic 3D applications to any web connected PC, laptop, netbook and smart phone.

NVIDIA RealityServer – the culmination of nearly 40 collective years of hardware and software engineering by NVIDIA and mental images – enables developers to create a new generation of consumer and enterprise 3D web applications, all with remarkable levels of photo-realism.

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So is this an office showing how clean it would be if they implemented cloud computing, reducing the amount of desk clutter OR is this an example of the new 3D capabilities touted in the article? If that's a 3D CAD model, I can not tell the difference.

Truth be told, I didn't read the entire article so perhaps my question is answered in the article.

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So is this an office showing how clean it would be if they implemented cloud computing, reducing the amount of desk clutter OR is this an example of the new 3D capabilities touted in the article? If that's a 3D CAD model, I can not tell the difference.
i think it's a 3D model
 
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3D.

Ami the only one that cant see that stuff isnt real, and the designers are far from real alike experience, looks etc etc.
 
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3D.

Ami the only one that cant see that stuff isnt real, and the designers are far from real alike experience, looks etc etc.
it's rather realistic if you ask me.
 
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Inventor of the GPU huh?
 

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Inventor of the GPU huh?
Every time something is posted untouched from Nvidia happens the same. YES, they invented the GPU.


Graphics card != GPU (Graphics Processing Unit) != VPU (Video Processing Unit, Video Precessor) != Graphics Accelerator

Infact:

{Video Processor
.......[Graphics Accelerator
...............(GPU)
.......]
}

Examples:

Graphics card = generic name for all cards.

Matrox Millenium = Video Processing Unit

3DFx Vodoo = 3D Graphics Accelerator

GeForce 256 = First GPU, term invented by Nvidia that gives name to a very specific variation of something that already existed, just like CUDA core, for example. It involves, between many other things, hardware transform and lighting (T&L) and full compliance with OpenGL pipeline. Since then all graphics vendors reproduced the "same" architecture and adopted the term because it was widely used in the media.

Comparison of what has happened with the GPU: A pick-up is a truck type, but imagine that in the future all trucks are pick-up trucks and are called simply pick-up, while the term truck comes into desuse. Then someone would be surprised to hear that: "someone invented the pick-up, while there existed many other...erm... pick-ups before? (=trucks, truck and car term are not used anymore and pick-up takes the place for anything similar to it, including their antecessors).
 
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I have a ISA card that has a GPU by common teminology. It is a Matrox, but wait, I had a quasi three pixel pushing engine with onboard RAM Cirrus PCI card, then Cirrus then invented the GPU. Or perhaps the first LED displays on mainframes were the first GPU's as they were computer related. However the lights on the early mainframes could be considered pixels, so perhaps they invented the first GPU.


Matrox had the first GPU.

From Wiki

Matrox's first graphics card product was the ALT-256 for S-100 bus computers, released in 1978.

From Wiki

Three people co-founded Nvidia in 1993


Nvidia invented shit, ATI invented shit. Matrox was first.


Or this.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graphics_processing_unit
 
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3D.

Ami the only one that cant see that stuff isnt real, and the designers are far from real alike experience, looks etc etc.
I've never seen a office so clean lolz.. Totally none realistic to me.
Um.....its 3d. Compare that to say...Crysis and id say it looks pretty damn real. So if its to clean, thats a technicality. I aksed anybody else around my screen and they all thought it was a real picture.
 
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I have a ISA card that has a GPU by common teminology. It is a Matrox, but wait, I had a quasi three pixel pushing engine with onboard RAM Cirrus PCI card, then Cirrus then invented the GPU. Or perhaps the first LED displays on mainframes were the first GPU's as they were computer related. However the lights on the early mainframes could be considered pixels, so perhaps they invented the first GPU.


Matrox had the first GPU.

From Wiki

Matrox's first graphics card product was the ALT-256 for S-100 bus computers, released in 1978.

From Wiki

Three people co-founded Nvidia in 1993


Nvidia invented shit, ATI invented shit. Matrox was first.
Again, they did not invent the GPU, they invented video cards or video processor in any case, but never the GPU.
 
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Every time something is posted untouched from Nvidia happens the same. YES, they invented the GPU.


Graphics card != GPU (Graphics Processing Unit) != VPU (Video Processing Unit, Video Precessor) != Graphics Accelerator

Infact:

{Video Processor
.......[Graphics Accelerator
...............(GPU)
.......]
}

Examples:

Graphics card = generic name for all cards.

Matrox Millenium = Video Processing Unit

3DFx Vodoo = 3D Graphics Accelerator

GeForce 256 = First GPU, term invented by Nvidia that gives name to a very specific variation of something that already existed, just like CUDA core, for example. It involves, between many other things, hardware transform and lighting (T&L) and full compliance with OpenGL pipeline. Since then all graphics vendors reproduced the "same" architecture and adopted the term because it was widely used in the media.

Comparison of what has happened with the GPU: A pick-up is a truck type, but imagine that in the future all trucks are pick-up trucks and are called simply pick-up, while the term truck comes into desuse. Then someone would be surprised to hear that: "someone invented the pick-up, while there existed many other...erm... pick-ups before? (=trucks, truck and car term are not used anymore and pick-up takes the place for anything similar to it, including their antecessors).
Again, they did not invent the GPU, they invented video cards or video processor in any case, but never the GPU.

 
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GeForce_256

Upon release, GeForce 256 offered industry-leading real-time 3D rendering performance. It was marketed as "the world's first 'GPU', or Graphics Processing Unit," a term Nvidia defined at the time as "a single-chip processor with integrated transform, lighting, triangle setup/clipping, and rendering engines that is capable of processing a minimum of 10 million polygons per second."
I could debate about this forever, it might look like a technicallity nowadays, but before GeForce 256 launched GPUs didn't exist, primarily (but no exclusively) because the GPU term didn't exist to begin with. ;)

Still confused? Let me put another example. Who invented the car?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"Car" and "Cars" redirect here. For other uses, see Car (disambiguation).

An automobile, motor car or car is a wheeled motor vehicle used for transporting passengers, which also carries its own engine or motor.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Automobile

History of cars=automobile:

http://www.ausbcomp.com/~bbott/cars/carhist.htm

Etymology of car (AKA what car really means): http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/car

Noun

car (plural cars)

1. (dated) A wheeled vehicle, drawn by a horse or other animal
2. A wheeled vehicle that moves independently, steered by a driver mostly for personal transportation; a motor car or automobile

She drove her car to the mall.

3. (rail transport, chiefly North American) An unpowered unit in a railroad train.

The conductor linked the cars to the locomotive.
...
So who invented the car?
 
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Shadowing is all wrong by the wall and under the table and the white pillars are over reflected in the laminate flooring. Perspective is a bit cockeyed too. TFT screens are too small, buttonless and have consistent plastic matte all over without cables or brand markings (on front or rear).

Other than those minor complains, the render is excellent.

HOWEVER; is this a minute long render or is this REAL TIME?


PS. I invented the GPU and the GPU was ME in KINDERGARTEN in 1973. I used to get graph paper from my dad and shade the little boxes and make shapes. Pixels. I did triangles, boxes, squares, as primitive shapes, and did circles, letters, shadows and shading. So what is it was a Human-GPU? I still invented it. I AM the first human GPU. Well actually, makebe some other kid did it 20 years earlier, who knows.
 
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PS. I invented the GPU and the GPU was ME in KINDERGARTEN in 1973. I used to get graph paper from my dad and shade the little boxes and make shapes. Pixels. I did triangles, boxes, squares, as primitive shapes, and did circles, letters, shadows and shading. So what is it was a Human-GPU? I still invented it. I AM the first human GPU. Well actually, makebe some other kid did it 20 years earlier, who knows.
Oooooh sorry to spoil you, but it seems that

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chameleon
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cuttlefish

both were already kicking in the jurassic or triassic. And they were not only the first GPU, but the first camera and first OLED screen too. :D
 
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Bother.I guess I cant sue for royalties then? LOL

LOL... in other news... WWF charity sues nVidia for copyright infringement. WWF representing class-action lawsuit on behalf of all chameleons. LOL
 
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PS. I invented the GPU and the GPU was ME in KINDERGARTEN in 1973. I used to get graph paper from my dad and shade the little boxes and make shapes. Pixels. I did triangles, boxes, squares, as primitive shapes, and did circles, letters, shadows and shading. So what is it was a Human-GPU? I still invented it. I AM the first human GPU. Well actually, makebe some other kid did it 20 years earlier, who knows.
Yes, but the statement shows clearly that it can do 10 MILLION at a time!!!! WOOT WOOT WOOT 1111111111111 WAFFLES WAFFLES


Can you do that? I think not.
 
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Hey, I can draw non-jagged angled lines with my crayon. And I did it first. Someone call me a lawyer. Gonna get BOTH nV and ATI now.
 
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Jagged angles...

They should have rendered it with an ATi card to fix that!!! :laugh:
It's because of the photons of global ilumination IMO, because flat shaded/iluminated angles don't have jaggies. They should have used more photons, but maybe that's asking too much for interactive real-time rendering.

Hey, I can draw non-jagged angled lines with my crayon. And I did it first. Someone call me a lawyer. Gonna get BOTH nV and ATI now.
$$$$$$$$$$$
 
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Jagged angles on the bottom edges of the tables, and the lighting on the aluminum base of the chair is wrong, monitor facing away on nearest table has jaggies on the bottom, and is not casting a shadow. The white reflection of the columns on the floor is not consistent with the lighting angle. The whole image look like it was taken at too low of a ISO and has alot of noise, could be compression artifacts, but it just looks meh.
 

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its definately 3D.


its very, VERY well done - but you can tell its fake by looking at hte LCD screens.

1. no reflections/refraction from the one facing us - it looks like an LCD screen powered on with no signal (slightly fuzzy look from ambient reflections)

2. the one facing away from us, has no logo or cables ;D



either

A: this is a 3D rendering

or

B: this is a mock shoot, where they just used props

going by the press release, i say A - and hot damn, ray traced games will be AWESOME



P.S - nvidia did not invent graphics cards or 3D video cards - they did however coin the term GPU, and steal the rights to it.
 
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1. no reflections/refraction from the one facing us - it looks like an LCD screen powered on with no signal (slightly fuzzy look from ambient reflections)
Matte screens don't reflect much if anything. Only those with a glossy/glass finish reflect a lot. Looking at it, it looks exactly like a matte screen.

The only thing that doesn't look right to me is the bright spot on the chair. It appears excessively blurry when, being that close, it should be sharp and clear. Also, the wheels on that same chair don't look like your typical office chair. The wheels should be offset more from their attachment point.

If it weren't for that chair, I'd say it were taken by a camera.


Oh, and the binder close to that chair looks excessively blurry too. Maybe it was taken with a camera but they used very high JPEG compression and/or used a crappy program to size it.
 
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I have an office chair just like that and the wheels arent offset.
 

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PS. I invented the GPU and the GPU was ME in KINDERGARTEN in 1973. I used to get graph paper from my dad and shade the little boxes and make shapes. Pixels. I did triangles, boxes, squares, as primitive shapes, and did circles, letters, shadows and shading. So what is it was a Human-GPU? I still invented it. I AM the first human GPU. Well actually, makebe some other kid did it 20 years earlier, who knows.
You're 43?