NVIDIA Omniverse: An open platform

Free virtual talk featuring one of the latest and most exciting technology platforms NVIDIA Omniverse.

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As part of LCB’s Depot 2021 Design Season, we are delighted to be hosting a free virtual talk featuring one of the latest and most exciting technology platforms for visualising 3D creative processes and accurately simulating product and human behaviour in real-time:
NVIDIA Omniverse. NVIDIA Omniverse has gained considerable attention since its earlier-than-planned-launch in May 2020, not just because of the pandemic but because of its collaborative workflow potentials, made possible through its use of open standards.

This event will be chaired by Tracy Harwood, Professor of Digital Culture at the Institute of Creative Technologies, De Montfort University and features George Matos, senior product manager of Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) sector for the NDVIDIA Onmiverse platform. The event will be live-streamed, with an opportunity for audience Q&A.

Come see how this platform, allows you to piece together many different tools, in an open and extensible way to focus on what matters most!

4-5pm British Summer Time

Biographies

George Matos is senior product manager of architecture, engineering, and construction and AEC industry lead for the NVIDIA Omniverse platform. George helps a variety of customers, vendors, and partners evaluate how technology can help improve their workflows. With over 20 years of experience in AEC and a passion for visualization, George is familiar with the common challenges the industry faces and is always looking for new ways technology can help enhance the industry.
Tracy Harwood is Professor of Digital Culture at Institute of Creative Technologies, director of De Montfort University’s Usability Lab, director of the award-winning Art AI Festival and also co-host of international podcast And Now For Something Completely Machinima, which focusses on the past, present and future of virtual production.

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Date

Oct 28 2021
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Time

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

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