Thanks to Nvidia for its graphics cards and the video games you enjoy with them This is mostly coincidental. That’s what its CEO, Jensen Huang, believes Recent interview He said it was only his first ‘killer app’ and in fact his grand plan for the future was very different.
In fact Huang is very excited about this idea Create a metavers (They call it on Nvidia Omnivers). In it a virtual replica of our world will be created and merged with it This will allow you to use it as a kind of sandbox for the real world: Before doing anything in our world, it is better to try to emulate this experiment in the virtual world, if it works, you can apply the improvement in the real world without fear of mistakes.
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The idea already has a practical suggestion. Nvidia joins BMW To create a Exact copy of the factory in Regensburg, Germany. It’s already a duplicate of BMW Started Works with Nvidia in this area – you can try out new workflows and apply them to your physical factory if they work.
For Huang, metawares are not just “where we create the future” A digital world is “thousands of times bigger than the physical world.”. There will be a new New York or a new Shanghai. Every factory and every building will have a digital twin that will constantly emulate and copy its physical perfect version. “
In fact, engineers and programmers can emulate how new software developments end up in the physical version of a car, robot, airport or building. “All software running on physical objects First imitate your digital twins, Which will be downloaded later in the physical version. As a result, the product improves at an exponential rate. “
In fact, the idea is not just to use those metawares as a sandbox for our world. On top of that, Huang made it clear The two worlds will merge Thanks to virtual reality and increased reality:
For him, one can enter into two worlds: “You go into the virtual world through virtual reality, And objects in the virtual world will be shown to the real world through increased reality. “