WesternActor writes: ExtremeTech has an interview with a couple of the folks behind Nvidia's new RealityServer platform, which purports to make photorealistic 3D images available to anyone on any computing platform, even things like smartphones. The idea is that all the rendering happens "in the cloud," which allows for a much wider distribution of high-quality images. RealityServer isn't released until November 30, but it looks like it could be interesting--the article has photos and a video that show it in action.
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