Nvidia announced the launch of its Nvidia CloudXR 1.0 Software Development Kit, which will allow streaming to be taken to another level, and that will allow Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR) and Mixed Reality (MR) by This means, and yes, that could translate that, at the gaming level, GeForce NOW could allow VR games to be played by streaming without the need for an expensive PC, although of course, per hour Nvidia indicates that it is focusing on professional use or mobile entertainment.
“From architecture to retail, Nvidia CloudXR is bringing innovation to many industries as 5G networks spread across the globe. By conveying XR experiences (as Nvidia defines the combination of the three types of glasses ) From servers with GPUs, businesses can extend mobile access to applications and content with graphics-intensive use, allowing for immersive and responsive XR experiences on a remote client.
Whether it’s through VR glasses (HMD), a smartphone, or a tablet, Nvidia CloudXR accelerates professional XR experiences to power design reviews, accelerate collaboration, and increase creative productivity.
Additionally, early Nvidia partners with access to CloudXR, including ZeroLight, VMware, The GRID Factory, Theia Interactive, Luxion KeyVR, ESI Group, PresenZ, and PiXYZ, have tested CloudXR with a suite of applications and are delighted with the results. Your customers will have access to the highest visual quality, all from a lightweight mobile device.
Nvidia is collaborating with Ericsson and Qualcomm Technologies to introduce a unique 5G VR solution to the market.
Qualcomm Technologies is powered by the VR glasses platform thanks to its Snapdragon XR2 processors, thus creating the world’s first 5G connection-enabled RX devices that drive all processing workloads on the device. Ericsson’s high-performance 5G network connects the glasses to reliable, high-speed, low-latency wireless connectivity.
The combination of Nvidia RTX graphics with CloudXR and GPU virtualization, Boundless XR client optimizations from Qualcomm Technologies, and the Ericsson network have resulted in an unprecedented ability to deliver limitless XR under a 5G network. “