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I’m beginning to wonder why Nvidia included a screen on its Shield gaming handheld. I’ve barely looked at it in over a month, thanks to the Android handheld’s GameStream console mode, and now that it can stream games from my PC to the TV at 1080p? I might never open it again.
The latest version of Nvidia’s Geforce Experience launches today, adding ShadowPlay game footage capture and streaming that uses the built-in video encoder on every GTX graphics chip to take the weight off of the CPU. Check out the Batman: Arkham Origins gameplay we capped with it over the weekend.
Say goodbye to V-sync, uninstall your bootleg copy of FRAPS and reconsider picking up one of Nvidia’s Shield handhelds. During its “The Way It’s Meant To Be Played” event in Montreal today, Nvidia unveiled a trio of technologies that could make its video cards an indispensable part of any PC gaming rig.
Today I got a sneak peek at some of the graphics tech we’ll see in next year’s games. That came in the form of new Nvidia GameWorks dev tools — its visual and simulation SDKs, algorithms and libraries designed to push the limits of Windows and Android gaming. What’s new: advances for in-game fire, smoke, physics and lighting effects. Take a look…
Nvidia’s portable gaming system is neat, but there are several things it does — playing media, running games in portrait mode — that could be handled better by a similarly-powered tablet. The Tegra Note platform is that tablet.