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Sorting through the hundreds of 3D videos uploaded to 3DVisionLive.com during the past year to choose our favorite was just as challenging, if not more so, than the one posed by our Best Image of 2011 selection. We looked at all sorts of criteria, from page view metrics to our Highest Rated and Most Watched filters, and in the end it came to us choosing the video we felt was the most ambitious, compelling, and technically excellent, which also turned out to be the video...
Hello, and welcome to the new 3DVisionLive.com. It’s been an amazing first year for the site and we look forward to bringing you even more compelling reasons to visit in 2012! My name is Steve Klett; I’m a 3D fanatic, hard-core gamer, and photo enthusiast. It’s my job to manage the site on a daily basis and help to bring you compelling 3D news, images, and videos that you can experience with NVIDIA’s 3D Vision. To get things started we’ve...
In our opinion, there are far too few people out there taking 3D images and one major reason is the perceived difficulty barrier—taking two images and combining them for a stereo effect with special software or using custom twin digital SLR camera rigs is simply too complex and/or expensive for most of us mere mortals. Enter the 3D-capable point-and-shoot, the latest of which is Panasonic’s upcoming Lumix DMC-3D1. Similar to Fujifilm...

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There’s no better way to leave Las Vegas than with a big bag of loot.

We left the annual International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last week with more than twenty awards for everything from dazzling new Big Format Gaming Display to our sophisticated NVIDIA DRIVE automotive AI platform.

The awards mirror the story we brought with us to CES: we’re transforming gaming, television and transportation, and bringing modern AI — powered by GPUs — to cars, homes and the cloud.

In the fast-growing PC gaming business, we won 10 awards alone for BFGD — which delivers silky-smooth gaming and entertainment on enormous 4K HDR screens. Our automotive business also won big, underscoring partnerships with everyone from automaker VW to ride-sharing service Uber and search giant Baidu.

Here’s our latest tally of awards from this year’s CES.

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Chery, one of China’s leading automakers, is adopting the new ZF ProAI system, powered by NVIDIA DRIVE AI self-driving technology, to bring Level 3 autonomous driving to the world’s biggest auto market.

The news was announced today at the North American International Auto Show, in Detroit, by Konstantin Sauer, CEO of ZF, one of the world’s biggest auto parts suppliers.

Chery road testing its intelligent interconnected cars.

Chery, which makes cars, minivans and SUVs, will be the first Chinese carmaker to adopt the new ZF ProAI system, developed by NVIDIA, Baidu and ZF.

For over two decades, Chery has been making vehicles for the Chinese market, as well as for more than 80 countries globally. The company has earned a reputation for bringing advanced technologies to its highly affordable, entry-level models.

“This collaboration will democratize autonomous driving functions in one of the most important automotive markets of the world and bring autonomous driving for everyone,” said Sauer.

At CES 2018 last week, NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang highlighted our partnership with Baidu and ZF to move autonomous vehicles from development into production. Together, the companies are pioneering advances in deep learning and AI to create the first AI autonomous vehicle computing platform for China.

A Trifecta of Automotive Technology

Powering the ZF ProAI is the NVIDIA DRIVE Xavier AI car computer. Xavier is the world’s most complex and advanced SoC, capable of performing 30 deep learning TOPS (trillions of operations per second), using only 30 watts of power.

NVIDIA DRIVE Xavier cranks through 30 TOPS at just 30 watts.

ZF, a leader in automotive safety, brings expertise for system integration of the car computer and sensors. ZF ProAI will process inputs from multiple cameras, plus lidar and radar, paint a 360-degree view around the vehicle, locate it on an HD map, and find a safe path through traffic.

Baidu’s Apollo open autonomous driving platform provides a comprehensive, secure and reliable all-in-one solution that supports all major features and functions of an autonomous vehicle.

To learn more, check out ZF’s press release from NAIAS 2018.

 

 

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