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UnrealWild Joins NVIDIA Inception

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ATLANTA - eTradeWire -- UnrealWild today announced it has joined NVIDIA Inception, a program designed to nurture startups revolutionizing industries through advancements in AI and data sciences.

UnrealWild's AI-powered world rendering engine is based on Earth satellite imagery, offering single-click, fully configurable, dynamic, Earth-scale worlds for gaming, film production and training simulations. UnrealWild currently runs on Unreal Engine and trains its data on a wide range of NVIDIA GPUs.

NVIDIA Inception will help drive UnrealWild's business forward through go-to-market support, training, and technology assistance. The program will also offer UnrealWild the opportunity to collaborate with industry-leading experts.

"We are thrilled to join the NVIDIA Inception community of AI-driven organizations," said Peter Pastrnak, Co-Founder and CEO of UnrealWild. "NVIDIA Inception will enable us to accelerate our product development and deliver better products to our customers."

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NVIDIA Inception is a program that helps startups during critical stages of product development, prototyping and deployment. Every Inception member gets a custom set of ongoing benefits, such as NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute credits, marketing support, and technology assistance, which provides startups with the fundamental tools to help them grow.

About UnrealWild
Founded in 2020 as WildRealm Inc., UnrealWild aims to revolutionize training simulations, MMO gaming and film production by providing fully configurable, dynamic virtual worlds. Led by a team of world-class experts in satellite image processing, terrain rendering and game engine development, UnrealWild is innovating products through the powerful combination of AI, visualization platforms and satellite, UAV and LiDAR Earth imagery. To learn more visit unrealwild.com.

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