NVIDIA Developer Program is now bringing NVIDIA Omniverse to over 2.5 million developers around the world. At SIGGRAPH, we’re introducing exclusive events, sessions, and other resources to unveil Omniverse as our newest platform for developers. And Damien Fagnou who is currently a software senior director at NVIDIA. Moreover, he is working on the NVIDIA Omniverse group. Let’s explore this Platform with him in this article.
NVIDIA is delivering a suite of Omniverse apps and tools to enhance developer pipelines. Developers can plug into any layer of the platform stack — whether at the top level, utilizing prebuilt Omniverse apps.Or the platform component level, so they can easily build custom extensions and tools to boost workflows.
With the NVIDIA Developer Program, Omniverse users have access to a wide range of technical resources, tutorials, and more. From online training to interacting with the community, these developer resources are free, providing users with the tools and knowledge to familiarize themselves with the Omniverse platform.
Learn about all the different ways developers can engage with us at SIGGRAPH and dive into the NVIDIA Opens Omniverse Platform.
Join NVIDIA Omniverse for our inaugural User Group, an exclusive event hosted by Omniverse’s senior leadership on August 12, 5:00 – 6:30 p.m. PDT. The event is open to all developers, researchers, creators, students, hobbyists, and other professionals using the platform, will provide attendees with a chance to:
- Hear the vision and future of Omniverse from Rev Lebaredian, VP of Omniverse & Simulation Technology, and Richard Kerris, VP of Omniverse Developer Platform.
- Learn how you can build on and extend the Omniverse ecosystem.
- See the unveiling of the Create With Marbles: Marvelous Machines contest winners.
- Attend “Meet the Expert” breakout sessions and speak with engineering leaders about specific platform applications and features.
Register to join this exclusive event.
The new NVIDIA Omniverse Resource Center has all the information needed to help Omniverse users get started and familiarize themselves with the platform. From talks and sessions to technical documentation, the Resource Center organizes all assets that are available for certain topics. It’s making it easier for users to find overviews of different features and capabilities in Omniverse, including:
- Learning USD: Get an introduction to USD, from its creation to current implementation in Omniverse.
- Using Connectors: Learn how to connect your application to the Omniverse platform and submit your Connector for exposure to Omniverse users.
- Building apps and extensions: Use Omniverse Kit to build entirely new applications or add new functionality to the Omniverse ecosystem by creating extensions.
- Building microservices: Enable new capabilities to be exposed as microservices to any connected clients and applications.
For more resources, check out our developer tutorials.
The NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute (DLI) offers resources for diverse learning needs. It is from learning materials to self-paced and live training taught by NVIDIA-certified instructors. They are teaching kits for educators—giving individuals, teams, and institutions what they need to advance their knowledge in AI, graphics, and simulation.
Attendees can learn more about these free training and resources, including:
- Universal Scene Description (USD) for collaborative 3D workflows. This free, self-paced course provides an introduction to USD. And important concepts like layer composition, references, and variants and includes hands-on exercises with live scripted examples.
- The new “Masterclass by the Masters” video series is for artists to see how others are using and building on Omniverse. The first masterclass collection is “Using Omniverse for Artistic 3D Workflows,” which highlights how different creators are using the platform for multi-app design workflows.
- The Graphics & Omniverse Teaching Kit, which includes downloadable teaching materials and online courses. That provides the foundation for understanding and building hands-on expertise in graphics and Omniverse. Educators can request early access.
With NVIDIA Opens Omniverse Platform, remotely located architects, designers and engineers will be able to work seamlessly in real-time. iRender is a GPU-Acceleration Cloud Rendering Service for Multi-GPU Rendering.
We provide RTX GPU-powered servers to speed up rendering in any software, especially with Omniverse. Server 5 and 8 which have multiple cards RTX 3090 are highly recommended to boost performance in Omniverse. One of Omniverse’s developers chose it and had a good experience with it. You can read more about this here.
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