NVIDIA is introducing a new app called Omniverse Machinima which "enables gamers across the world to easily master the art of storytelling by using 3D objects, animated by NVIDIA AI technologies."
Through NVIDIA Omniverse, creators can import assets from supported games or most 3rd party asset libraries into the platform. Creators can then automatically animate characters using an AI-based pose estimator and footage from their webcam. Characters' faces can come to life with only a voice recording using NVIDIA's new Audio2Face technology. Reality is effortlessly recreated with high-fidelity physics like particles and fluids, and physically accurate materials. After mixing, playing, and composing the scenes, path-traced rendering technology is enabled with one-click to final output with the highest fidelity using Omniverse RTX Renderer. [...] NVIDIA Omniverse is an open platform built for virtual collaboration and simulation. It provides a universal design tool asset exchange with a viewer based on real-time, photorealistic path-tracing. The engine is designed to be physically accurate - simulating light, physics, materials, and AI. With Omniverse, creators, designers, and engineers can accelerate their workflows with one-click interoperability between leading software tools, and seamless collaboration in an interactive, simulated world.
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