Success Story: Achieving Naked-Eye 3D with Virtual Reality
n'Space, a projector-based platform, is capable of implementing mixed reality without wearable devices. Users can immerse in a virtual environment and interact with 3D projections without the need to cover their faces with electronics. The real world just got an expansion pack in the infinite realm of the imagination. ArchiFiction, the company behind the invention, optimized the virtual experience with GIGABYTE's solution, which can process large amounts of data with high performance.
There's no need for a VR headset or any other wearable device; 3D images can be projected before you, as large as life. (Images provided by ArchiFiction)
Step "Inside" the Great Outdoors: Naked-Eye 3D Mixes Reality with Virtual Projections
Virtual environment reacts to the individual’s point of view, whether you squat, stand or move around. (Images provided by ArchiFiction)
The Excellent Performance of GIGABYTE's Servers Makes Virtual Reality Even Better than the Real Thing
GIGABYTE's W281-G40 excels at multitasking and parallel computing. (Images provided by GIGABYTE)
Accelerated Multitasking Gives Viewers the Real 3D Experience
Three-dimensional environments are presented as polygon meshes stretched beyond physical space to create the feeling of space expansion. The great outdoor is transported to your doorstep, and site visits are within reach. (Images provided by ArchiFiction)
GIGABYTE's Complete Product Line is the Client's One-Stop Solution
By using GIGABYTE, Spain’s Institute for Cross-Disciplinary Physics and Complex Systems is pitting the world’s foremost server solutions against some of the world’s most pressing issues, including the effects of climate change, the effects of pollution, and the COVID-19 pandemic. GIGABYTE servers are up to the diverse and daunting tasks, because they are designed for high performance computing, intensive numerical simulations, AI development, and big data management.
Arizona’s Lowell Observatory is studying the Sun with GIGABYTE’s G482-Z50 GPU Server in an effort to filter out “stellar noise” when looking for habitable planets outside of our Solar System. The server’s AMD EPYC™ processors, parallel computing capabilities, excellent scalability, and industry-leading stability are all features that qualify it for this astronomical task, making the discovery of a true “Twin Earth” achievable within our lifetime.
GIGABYTE is pleased to publish our first long-form “Tech Guide”: an in-depth, multipart document shedding light on important tech trends or applications, and presenting possible solutions to help you benefit from these innovations. In this Tech Guide, we delve into the making of “Data Centers”—what they are, who they are for, what to keep in mind when building them, and how you may build your own with products and consultation from GIGABYTE.
Success CaseDecoding the Storm with GIGABYTE’s Computing Cluster
Waseda University, the “Center for Disaster Prevention around the World”, has built a computing cluster with GIGABYTE’s GPU server and tower servers. They use it to study and prepare for natural disasters, such as tsunamis and storm surges. Efforts go into understanding the tropical cyclones of tomorrow, which are thought to become more dangerous due to climate change.