Thursday, November 9, 2017

Watch My NVIDIA Webinar on VR in the AEC Space

I am happy to report that my webinar, hosted by NVIDIA, on VR in the Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) industry went well yesterday! We had over 700 people registered and a ton of questions.

Based on one of the poll questions, over 60% of those in attendance were not using VR in their practice currently. Which was pretty cool, as I was able to share a lot of information with them.

A VR project example using Enscape and NVIDIA Quadro P6000

As I mention at the beginning of the presentation...
I use NVIDIA hardware - for production, VR and VDI - have enjoyed success with it, and am glad to share our story. It was nice to not only tlak about NVIDIA hardware, but to also offer a broader knowledge-share on hardware (Dell, Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, 3D Connexion) and software (Fuzor, Enscape, Revizto, Revit, Revit Live).

Here is a sample of one of the slides...
A sample slide I created from the presentation

There are also a number of videos comparing a few VR solutions, using the same models. One tool might look better graphically, while another allows dimensions or moving elements. You can choose which might work best for you.

If you signed up for the webinar, you should have revived a follow up email like the one shown below. If you didn't you can click the links below to access the recording and download a PDF of the presentation.


THANK YOU FOR REGISTERING FOR OUR WEBINAR
Hi Dan,

Thank you for registering for our webinar, Why High-Performance GPUs for Intensive VR Workflows. We hope you found the information that was discussed valuable. If you were not able to attend, want to watch the recording, or share with a colleague, you can view the recording and download additional content below:
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