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Students of Patrick Cozzi, glTF Working Group Chair, in the GPU course at University of Pennsylvania will be live streamed Monday, December 10, at 6pm EST. The students have built final projects with everything from WebGL to Vulkan to CUDA to DXR - ranging from photon mappers to water sims to feature detection algorithms. Many of the projects use glTF for models.

aiSim2 Delivers New Levels of Realism for Autonomous Technology Simulation using VulkanAImotive has released its aiSim2 simulator to significantly upgrade the speed and quality of testing and validating self-driving solutions. aiSim2 is the next generation of the award-winning aiSim1, powered by a purpose-built engine that ensures a high level of physical realism, deterministic running alongside optimized hardware utilization and flexibility. aiSim2 is built on AImotive’s experience developing aiDrive, a full stack self-driving software solution. The new simulator offers flexibility and scalability by being hardware agnostic, utilizing The Khronos Group’s Vulkan API to maximize portability and flexibility to enable efficient execution on a wide range of single and multi-GPU system configurations.

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