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M infographicWe are pleased to announce that – as with previous years – NVIDIA have agreed to sponsor a generous prize for the poster that best exemplifies the use of data visualization to gain clear, compelling insight into an important scientific problem. The award winner will receive a Quadro M card, one of the world&#;s most powerful GPUs, making real-time photorealistic rendering possible for even complex scenes. It can drive up to four 4K displays simultaneously, and its 3, CUDA cores make it perfect for many scientific applications. To upload your poster, use the submission link in your VIZBI registration email. Accepted posters will be published in the VIZBI poster gallery. The deadline for upload is February 26 at CET (deadline has been extended).

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CHK-GPU-NKVD-KGB PROPAGANDA POSTERS*

 

*Disclaimer: CHK-NKVD-KGB propaganda posters are dispalyed as historical documents of the era only and are not intended to promote or dissaprove any theories, views, notions, as well as any political, milirtary, social and any other types of actions for or against anybody and/or anything. Some portions of this webpage may contain extremely graphic images and/or text, which may offend sensitive viewers and are not recommended for viewing by persons under the age of Viewer discretion is strongly advised. If you are unsure to proceed, please leave this webpage now.

PROPAGANDA POSTERS

Felix Dzerzhinsky, "Be Vigilant and Alert!".

 

 

"Dzerzhinsky - Chairman of the People's Economy Committee".

"Double-dealers are kulaks' agents".

 

"Counter-revolutionary saboteur".

 

"Intervents' hopes are crushed!"

 

"Let us be on alert!".

 

"CHK-GPU: 15 years of Motherland's defense".

 

"Join anti-fascist front to remove knife from this paw"

 

"Be vigilant!".

 

"Destroy spies, saboteurs, enemy's parachutists" J. Stalin.

"Welcome courageous and fearless border guards, vigilant sentries of the Country of Socialism!".

 

"We don't want any parcel of foreign land, but we are not going to surrender a piece of our land to anybody". J. Stalin.

 

"Enemy's spy will not pass"

 

"Soviet people defend USSR borders".

 

"Motherland is calling"

 

"Stir up partisan war in the fascists rear. Destroy communications, bridges, roads, fuel, storages, enemy's hangs".

 

"Uncover and destroy provocateurs and dessiminators of the panic rumours"

 

"You have to pay for this!"

 

"Don't talk!"

"Don't talk, enemy's listening"

"Phone talker assist fascist spy".

 

"Don't talk, enemy listens!".

"This is the only way parashutists and saboteurs can land".

"You landing place is ready for you!"

"Be vigilant".

 

"Kids, defend your Motherland, track enemies, inform adults".

"Protect communication wires from fascists bastards!"

"Citizens, protect telegraph and phone lines from fascists saboteurs!".

 

"Soviet citizen, be vigilant, your enemy has many faces".

 

 

"Be vigilant! Unmask your enemy!"

"We returned back to our borders".

"Military oath".

 

"USSR borders are sacrosanct and untouchable!"

 

"Museum of the failed".

 

"Don't talk! Talker is the windfall for the spy!"

 

"Keep state and military secrets with vigilance!".

 

"Be vigilant"!

 

"Glory to the Soviet border guards!".

 

"Vigilance is our weapon! Be vigilant!".

"Careless talker is the windfall for the enemy!"

 

"Glory to the Soviet boerguards!".

 

"Careless talking is the same as helpring the enemy!".

 

"In your letter back to home, be carefull not to spill any military secrets!".

 

"Talk and gossip helps enemy".

 

Rumours

 

"No matter how to drop, finish is the same".

 

"Enemy will not pass".

 

"Protect the borders with vigilance!".

 

"Soviet soldier, follow the rules of communications, be vigilant!"

 

Remember, who talks a lot, helping our enemies".

 

"Drunk head is the windfall for the enemy!"

 

"In your letter back to home, be carefull not to spill accidentally any military secrets!".

 

"Soviet soldier, be vigilant, follow the rules of communications!"

 

"Don't talk!"

 

"Don't talk, enemy doesn't sleep!".

 

"Be exemplary border guard!"

"We don't let them pass!"

 

"Soldier, don't talk!".

 

"Don't talk carelessly over the phone, talker is the windfall for a spy!".

 

"Be vigilant ever and wherever, and you will be out of trouble!".

 

"Safety of the state secrets depends on the vigilance of all Soviet people!".

 

"Careless person is the windfall for the enemy".

 

"Foreign intelligence actively stalk drunks".

 

"Sentries of the Motherland".

 

"Defending sacrosanct boders of the USSR for 45 years".

"Our border guards are always vigilant".

 

"Take comrade Dzerzhinsky's life as an example!'.

 

"Our courageous border guards are vigilant!"

 

"Watch out for the revansists!.

 

"People, be vigilant!"

 

"Enemy. don'y look for the loopholes to our fields and construction sites".

 

"Borders are locked!".

 

"Take comrade Dzerzhinsky's life as an example!'.

 

MOVIES POSTERS

"HIGH AWARD".

 

"ON THE BORDER".

 

"FIFTEEN".

 

SECRETARY OF THE PARTY COMMITTEE".

 

FEAT OF THE INTELLIGENCE OFFICER".

 

"SECRET MISSION".

 

"MOUNTAIN BORDER PATROL".

 

"DZERZHINSKY".

 

"SHADOW ON THE PIER".

 

"MYSTERY OF THE TWO OCEANS".

 

"FAR FROM MOTHERLAND".

 

"ENEMY OF THE STATE".

 

"CHK'S ASSOCIATE".

 

"GAME WITHOUT RULES".

 

"ON THE THIN ICE".

 

"HOW SHOULD I CALL YOU NOW?".

 

"STRONG SPIRIT".

 

"MAJOR VORTEX".

 

"SHIELD AND SWORD".

 

"RESIDENT'S MISTAKE".

 

"SATURN ROUTE".

 

"DEAD SEASON".

 

"CHEKIST'S STORY".

 

"ONE OF US"

 

"FIFTY - FIFTY".

 

DIAMONDS FOR THE PROLETARIAN DICTATORSHIP".

 

 

Sours: https://www.allworldwars.com/CHK-NKVD-KGB-Propaganda-Posters.html
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  5. Nvidia wants to buy CPU designer Arm—Qualcomm is not happy about it

    In September , Nvidia announced its intention to buy Arm, the license holder for the CPU technology that powers the vast majority of mobile and high-powered embedded systems around the world.

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  6. Nvidia’s next laptop GPU generation powers a leap to p displays

    CES-timed announcements beat AMD to the latest mobile-generation upgrade.

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    Some time last week, thieves stole a large number of Nvidia-based RTX graphics cards from MSI's factory in mainland China. The news comes from Twitter user @GoFlying8, who posted what appears to be an official MSI internal document about the

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    It's not just wafer shortages at Samsung, though that's a factor.

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  9. Nvidia developed a radically different way to compress video calls

    Last month, Nvidia announced a new platform called Maxine that uses AI to enhance the performance and functionality of video conferencing software. The software uses a neural network to create a compact representation of a person's face. This compact

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  10. Amazon begins shifting Alexa’s cloud AI to its own silicon

    The amazon-designed Inferentia chips reduced cost and latency in text-to-speech.

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    Ahead of Radeon RX series reveal, we examine Nvidia’s new mid-high RTX card.

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  12. Nvidia RTX review: 4K greatness at $—and good news for cheaper GPUs

    Have your 60fps-at-4K cake—and eat your ray-traced frosting, too.

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    RTX will exceed RTX Ti at $ in October. Three-slot RTX is $1,

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  3. After watching 50, hours of Pac-Man, Nvidia’s AI generated a playable clone

    You may be familiar with the Infinite Monkey Theorem, an oft-cited (and often incorrectly quoted) claim that thousands of monkeys could bang on thousands of typewriters and eventually produce a work of art equivalent to William Shakespeare. (Yes,

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  5. It’s a “tock” year: New Nvidia laptop GPUs in 25 OEMs’ systems this month

    Getting the most of Max-Q Turing: "We want every half-watt savings to drive the GPU."

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  6. DirectX 12 Ultimate brings Xbox Series X features to PC gaming

    DX12U will bring DirectX Raytracing, Mesh Shaders, and more to Windows PCs.

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  7. Weeks after launch, Nvidia’s GeForce Now attracts a million streaming gamers

    Nvidia announced this week that over a million people have signed up to use GeForce Now to stream games from Nvidia's central servers. The announcement comes just a couple of weeks after Nvidia first opened the service up to the general public.

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    Imagine it: a video game streaming service that lets you log on to the cloud, access games you already own on multiple storefronts (including free-to-play fare), and play them on any Windows, Mac, or Android device. You'd need nothing more than a

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Awards:

Best Paper Award: DefGraspSim: Simulation-based grasping of 3D deformable objects (paper | poster) by Isabella Huang, Yashraj Narang, Clemens Eppner, Balakumar Sundaralingam, Miles Macklin, Tucker Hermans, and Dieter Fox

Honorable Mention: DeformerNet: A Deep Learning Approach to 3D Deformable Object Manipulation (paper | poster) by Bao Thach, Alan Kuntz, and Tucker Hermans

Third Place: Advanced Environments from Basic Simulations: Dynamic 3D Tasks with Topologically Non-trivial Deformable Objects (paper | poster) by Peiyang Shi*, Rika Antonova*, and Danica Kragic

Accepted Posters:

  • Manipulating a Whip - Dynamic Primitives to Control Deformable Objects (paper | supp | poster) by Moses C. Nah, Aleksei Krotov, Marta Russo, Dagmar Sternad, and Neville Hogan

  • DeformerNet: A Deep Learning Approach to 3D Deformable Object Manipulation (paper | poster) by Bao Thach, Alan Kuntz, and Tucker Hermans

  • Towards synthesizing grasps for 3D deformable objects with physics-based simulation (paper | poster) by Tran Nguyen Le, Jens Lundell, Fares J. Abu-Dakka, and Ville Kyrki

  • Advanced Environments from Basic Simulations: Dynamic 3D Tasks with Topologically Non-trivial Deformable Objects (paper | poster) by Peiyang Shi*, Rika Antonova*, and Danica Kragic

  • Simulating deformable objects with large steps, contact, and friction (paper | poster) by Seung Heon Sheen, Egor Larionov, Uri M. Ascher, and Dinesh K. Pai

  • DefGraspSim: Simulation-based grasping of 3D deformable objects (paper | poster) by Isabella Huang,Yashraj Narang, Clemens Eppner, Balakumar Sundaralingam, Miles Macklin, Tucker Hermans, and Dieter Fox

  • Modeling of a Bullwhip Using a NARX Network for Robot Control (paper | poster) by Mahdiar Edraki, Reza Sharif Razavian, Mohsen Sadeghi, Aleksei Krotov, and Dagmar Sternad

  • Using Deep Implicit Layers for Differentiable Simulation of Deformable Objects (paper | poster) by Yaofeng Desmond Zhong, Biswadip Dey, and Amit Chakraborty

  • Material Memory Matters in Robotics (paper | poster) by Audrey Sedal and Alan Wineman

  • A Differentiable Simulator for Robotic Cutting (paper | poster) by Eric Heiden, Miles Macklin, Yashraj Narang, Dieter Fox, Animesh Garg, and Fabio Ramos

Poster Session FAQ:

  • What is the order for the lightning talks? The same order as the list above.

  • How long should each lightning talk be? A maximum of 60 seconds.

  • Can I show slides/media during my lightning talk? No. However, each presenter is encouraged to submit one image or figure that can be uploaded along with the final abstract and poster PDF on Friday, July 9. During each lightning talk, the title of the paper, as well as the image or figure (if provided), will be shown in the background by the workshop organizers.

  • The poster submission requirement is a 1-page PDF. Can I show additional media (e.g., video clips) during the interactive session? Yes. The final abstract and 1-page poster PDF will still be uploaded to this page on Monday, July However, you can show additional media during the interactive session, if you'd like.

Submission Timeline and Instructions:

We invite submissions to our poster session from the robotics, simulation, and all related communities, on deformable object simulation and/or applications of such simulators.

Sunday, June

Extended abstracts are due via our CMT submission page at PM PT. The abstracts must be submitted as PDFs using the RSS LaTeX or Word paper template. The abstracts must have a maximum length of 2 pages, not including references. There is no requirement for specific section headers. An appendix containing additional figures and information can be uploaded as a supplemental document. All abstracts will undergo double-blind peer review; however, reviewers will not be required to review appendices.

Thursday, July 1:

Acceptance decisions will be announced via CMT.

Friday, July 9:

Camera-ready (i.e., final) version of abstract and poster are due via our CMT submission page at PM PT. The poster must be a one-page PDF. There is no required template. However, please verify that the posters will be readable to viewers on a standard laptop screen during the interactive poster session.

Monday, July 12

RSS begins. Extended abstracts and posters will be posted on this website. Authors may also post them to arXiv if desired.

Thursday, July

Day of workshop. Poster presenters will deliver lightning talks (i.e., up-tosecond elevator pitches of their work) and participate in the virtual poster session (see Schedule of Events for specific timing).

The best poster of the workshop, as selected by the workshop organizers, will receive an NVIDIA GPU prize.

Sours: https://sites.google.com/nvidia.com/do-sim/posters

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