Maybe this is more of a confession, Huang says
Tegra K1 is probably the most ambitious project we've ever worked on. Many years of work in GPU, etc, Huang says
The two very important areas we wanted to revolutionize was bringing next-gen games to mobile. The second was automotive. Such tech inside car could help revolutionize the car, Huang says.
I told the guys, look, Tegra K1 is impossibly advanced. It's out of this world. It's practically built by aliens, Huang says
I want you guys to go out and launch this product and put a marketing campaign behind it that rivals technical specifications. Global reach. Everyone knows about it, Huang says. And by the way, you have no marketing budget.
Shows an image of a crop circle. A field of barley
Turns out barley is between cash crops and will just be plowed over. No food was harmed, Huang says.
This is in a small town south of Salinas, Calif.
When I learned about it, I saw it on CNN. People thought aliens had done this, Huang says
The coverage has been fantastic. These are a couple of our favorites. Someone wanted to throw a New Year's Eve party, Huang says
You have the heart of GeForce, the soul of Tesla, and the spirit of Nvidia marketing at work Huang says
This is our announcement today. We talked abou three things. Games, chips, and cars.
Games - GameStream making possible to extend PC experience. G-Sync for monitors for non stutter without lag. Tegra K1, world's first 192-core super chip. Comes in 2 versions. 32 bit, quad core and 62 bit, Huang says.
Says looks forward to telling more about Denver in the coming months. That makes it sound like the 64-bit Denver versions of Tegra won't hit until later this year or next year.
You're going to have a supercomputer in your car, Huang says
Also we believe that computer graphics shouldn't end at industrial design, Huang says
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