X-bit Labs reports NVIDIA will focus on the benefits of GPU-accelerated artificial intelligence (AI) and physics processing at the Game Developers Conference 2009 in San Francisco next week. Additionally, NVIDIA will explain game developers how to properly optimize games for their shutter glasses-based 3D stereoscopic technology.
At the forthcoming Game Developers Conference 2009 the company will concentrate on demonstrating the benefits of GPU-accelerated artificial intelligence (AI) and physics processing. Besides, the company will also focus on teaching video game developers to efficiently use the power multi-core processors, including GeForce graphics processors.
Nvidia has been promoting its physics effects processing technology for video games for quite some time now, but without visible success: to date, only Mirror’s Edge can boast with taking serous advantage of Nvidia PhysX technology, whereas other titles and demos can hardly demonstrate tangible visual breakthroughs.