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NVIDIA FLEX SDK 1.1 is available for download

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NVIDIA has revealed latest version of the unified simulation solver – FLEX.

Update: official announcement from NVIDIA

Major feature of this release is the introduction of DX11/DX12 support, in addition to default CUDA implementation, so FLEX solver will run across all compatible graphics cards including AMD and Intel ones.

NVIDIA FLEX SDK 1.1.0: Release Notes

  • New API style, for consistency with other products the API has now an NvFlex prefix and follows a naming convention similar to PhysX
  • Add support for DirectX, in addition to CUDA there is now a cross-platform DirectX 11 and 12 version of the Flex libraries that Windows applications can link against
  • Add support for max acceleration clamping, see NvFlexParams::maxAcceleration, can be useful to reduce popping with fast moving kinematic shapes and large interpenetration
  • Add support to querying compute device, see NvFlexGetDeviceName()
  • Add support for flushing compute queue, see NvFlexFlush()
  • Add support for multiple library instances, NvFlexInit() now returns a library which is bound to a single compute device
  • Add support for local space particle simulation, see NvFlexExtMovingFrameInit() and two new local space fluid and cloth demos
  • Add support for CUDA 8.0.44
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    Written by Zogrim

    March 1st, 2017 at 8:28 pm

    Posted in GameWorks

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    GDC 2017: NVIDIA Gameworks goes DX12 and more !

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    Quite an interesting beginning of GDC 2017NVIDIA has not only presented their newest flagship GPU, GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, but also announced several additions to the GameWorks libraries.

    Let’s take a closer look.

    FleX & Flow

    NVIDIA FleX, unified particle-based solver, and NVIDIA Flow, an engine for simulation of smoke and fire, now both feature hardware agnostic DX12 implementation !

    This is exciting news not only for gamers, but also for 3d party companies, already utilizing FleX in their products, such as Lucid Physics from Ephere.

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    Written by Zogrim

    March 1st, 2017 at 10:04 am

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