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Reinventing VR and Collaboration in 2020

Join us for a live webinar to see how NVIDIA® Quadro® RTX™ and HTC are bringing people together through VR. This partnership is enabling businesses, governments, institutions, and individuals to safely bridge the social distancing gap during this tumultuous and transformative time.

NVIDIA Quadro RTX GPUs offer the most advanced VR hardware platform and HTC is the leader in innovative VR HMD (Head Mounted Display) technology. Best part, no hand sanitizer or masks are needed.

By registering for this webinar, you will learn:

  • AEC (Architecture, Engineering and Construction) benefits from VR design optimizations that reduce construction costs, project reviews at scale that enhance creativity, and virtual walkthroughs for clients.
  • Manufacturing VR benefits, including initial concept identification, design reviews, digital prototyping, and VR-enabled retail experiences to sell your product.
  • Media and Entertainment uses for VR to tell digital stories in new and compelling ways, open creative vistas, and offer alternatives to traditional venues—such as theatres.
  • The ability VR has to connect people amidst COVID-19 restrictions and how it can reinvent the workplace, allowing organizations to emerge from this crisis stronger than before.

Date

June 25, 2020 - 1:00PM EDT - 10:00AM PDT

Duration

1 Hour - Includes Q&A

Download today

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