DE Video News Roundup, January 11, 2019

News from CES on autonomous cars, SaaS simulation with GPU acceleration, and Autodesk's 3D printer and Chromebook giveaway.

Video highlights news from CES on autonomous cars, SaaS simulation with GPU acceleration, and Autodesk's 3D printer and Chromebook giveaway.

Attendees arrive for the opening day of CES 2019. Image courtesy of CES.

CES Highlights: AI-Powered Vehicle Cockpits, Virtual Driving Simulation, and 6K Video Editing on the Go

From CES (Consumer Electronics Show, Jan 8-11, Vegas, Nevada):

  • NVIDIA and Mercedes-Benz announce a partnership to develop AI architecture, design the AI-powered cockpit. Company executives unveil rendered interior of concept.
  • Dassault Systemes integrates a partner's virtual driving simulation software into its 3DEXPERIENCE.
  • Autodesk, Red (a digital camera maker), and NVIDIA join forces to enable high-def 6K video editing on the laptop on the go.

VR with Direct Support for SketchUp

VR collaboration solution developer The Wild supports a common architecture format.

GPU Speeds Up On-Demand SimScale Solver

SaaS simulation solution provider SimScale adds GPU-powered solver to its products. New solver reportedly cuts transient simulations from weeks to hours.

Autodesk to Give Away 3D Printer and Chromebooks

Autodesk announces contest to give away a popular 3D printer, a laser cutter, and Chromebooks, and electronics kits to schools that want to start their own maker spaces. Learn more about the contest.

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