In addition, NVIDIA will have a presentation area on stand featuring talks from some of the entertainment industry’s key influencers. NVIDIA’s Chief Scientist, David Kirk, will be presenting the stunning Square Final Fantasy technology demo running on NVIDIA technology. This demo exemplifies interactive real-time 3D rendering on a standard computing platform. Also, in an ECTS exclusive, Peter Molyneux, President and CEO of Lionhead Studios, will be demonstrating the new mini-sequel to Black & White, Creature Isles. Flyers will be available at the show and on stand with a full listing of speakers and times.
Products based on NVIDIA's GeForce3 GPU, will be showing the very latest in PC games technology on over 200 PCs throughout the exhibition.
NVIDIA's mobile GPUs for computers - GeForce2 Go and the recently announced Quadro2 Go - will be demonstrated using a wide variety of applications at the show. Quadro2 Go is NVIDIA's first mobile 3D graphics solution from the Workstation range of products, and sets a new standard for 2D and 3D performance in professional applications. It offers the features, rendering precision and certifications critical to workstation customers to bring desktop workstation performance and quality to the mobile computing market. GeForce2 Go is the world’s first mobile graphics processor to support transform and lighting in hardware, delivering breakthrough 3D rendering power, up to ten times faster than typical notebook graphics. In addition, NVIDIA’s recently announced PowerMizer technology will also be on-hand.
In conjunction with its partners Fujitsu Siemens Computers, Micro Star International, and AMD, NVIDIA will also be showing PC systems running nForce Platform Processing Architecture. nForce features an Integrated Graphics Processor (IGP) and the Media Communications Processor (MCP) to deliver a revolutionary new PC platform design, integrating system, graphics, communications, and audio technologies to deliver unmatched system performance for the mainstream PC market.
NVIDIA Corporation, located in Santa Clara, CA, is the global leader in advanced graphics and multimedia processing technology for the consumer and professional computing markets. Its 2D, 3D, video and multimedia capabilities make NVIDIA one of the premier semiconductor companies in the world. NVIDIA offers a wide range of products and services, delivering superior performance and crisp visual quality for PC-based applications such as manufacturing, science, e-business, entertainment and education.