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Simultaneous Multi-Projection is coming to two major game engines and over 30 games

Simultaneous Multi-Projection is coming to two major game engines and over 30 games

Simultaneous Multi-Projection is coming to two major game engines and over 30 games

Simultaneous Multi-Projection is coming to two major game engines and over 30 games

 

Alongside Nvidia's announcement of their GTX 1060 GPU Nvidia announced that their Simultaneous Multi-projection technology is being built into two major game engines and over 30 games, giving Nvidia a distinct performance advantage in these titles for both Multiscreen and VR gamers.

This technology, when used in VR applications, allows a single GPU to draw the image for both screens on a VR headsets in a single pass, which allows Nvidia GPUs to no longer need to do a lot of the work twice when rendering images in VR, greatly reducing the computational overhead that is traditionally associated with VR games. 

 

Simultaneous Multi-Projection is being integrated into the world’s biggest game engines, Unreal Engine and Unity. More than 30 games are already in development, including Unreal Tournament, Poolnation VR, Everest VR, Obduction, Adr1ftand Raw Data.

 

  Simultaneous Multi-Projection is coming to two major game engines and over 30 games    Simultaneous Multi-Projection is coming to two major game engines and over 30 games

 

Below is a video where Nvidia's CEO Jen-Hsun Huang describes this revolutionary new technology and how it functions. This technology is exclusive to Nvidia GPUs as it uses specific hardware in order to make it possible, hardware which is not available on competing GPUs or on Nvidia's previous generation products. 

 

 

Simultaneous Multi-projection is possible thanks to Nvidia building this technology into their GPU in silicon, meaning that this technology cannot work on AMD hardware or on older Nvidia hardware. 

 

  Simultaneous Multi-Projection is coming to two major game engines and over 30 games   Simultaneous Multi-Projection is coming to two major game engines and over 30 games  

 

Nvidia has also announced that they will be bringing Nvidia VR Fun House to Steam this month, which will allow Nvidia VR users to play a range of VR tech demos that utilise Nvidia's VRWORKS technology on the HTC Vive.  This VR Demo will be available on Steam for Free to HTC Vive owners. 

Nvidia says that they will be open sourcing VR Fun House so that developers can create their own VR Fun House attractions and games. 

 

You can join the  discussion on Nvidia's Simultaneous Multi-Projection technology on the OC3D Forums

 

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07-07-2016, 11:40:19

shambles1980
oh great because we all know how well game works .. works

"I don't have any reall issue with the tech.. apart from you know its going to be locked down to specific cards, and then NVidia will use it as a way to artificially render older cards obsolete as the new cards get released."
because that is what they do.Quote
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