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Connects to industry-leading 3D design tools    
Unlimited multi-app collaboration    
Multi-user collaboration for up to 2 users    
Multi-user collaboration for more than 2 users    
Scalable, real-time RTX rendering    
Physically-accurate simulation with PhysX 5.0, Blast, Flow    
Inspect, modify, or use 300+ pre-built extensions to develop and build enhanced solutions    
Tested & optimized for NVIDIA-Certified Systems™    
Scale Nucleus collaboration to the data center or private cloud    
Enterprise Security Management (SSO, SSL)    
Enterprise deployment tools    
NVIDIA Enterprise Support    

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  • What is the difference between the Individual and Enterprise licenses?

    The Individual license provides creators and developers free access to NVIDIA Omniverse, our no-frills platform offering best suited to those looking to streamline their 3D workflows and collaborate with one other person. Developers who wish to build custom applications, extensions, connectors, or microservices on Omniverse will also have the option to monetize their solution and distribute it on the Omniverse platform, pending approval and adherence to NVIDIA’s terms and conditions.

    The Enterprise license lets business leaders and project managers try or buy NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise, our most robust platform offering, enabling teams to store, share, and collaborate live on project files from anywhere in the world, using their favorite 3D apps.

  • How much does NVIDIA Omniverse cost?

    NVIDIA Omniverse is free for individuals to download.

    NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise starts at $9,000 per year for a workgroup of 2 Creators, 10 Reviewers, and 4 Nucleus subscriptions.

    Omniverse Enterprise includes:

    • Omniverse Nucleus, the collaboration engine which manages asset interchange and version control, as either a workstation or Enterprise Nucleus Server deployment, including microservices
    • Omniverse Enterprise Connectors, plug-ins to industry-leading design applications
    • End-user applications Omniverse Create and Omniverse View
    • Omniverse Kit, developer toolkit for building extensions, apps, and microservices
    • Omniverse Enterprise Launcher IT deployment tool
    • Full Enterprise Support including Support, Upgrades, Maintenance (SUMs), 8x5 support via email, phone, and web portal

    Omniverse Enterprise has three subscription components:

    • Omniverse Enterprise Creator Subscription - $2,000 per floating (concurrent) user license per year
      • Enables scene composition, simulation, and rendering on workstations and virtual workstations
      • Includes use of Omniverse Create, Kit, Extensions, Batch microservices (on up to 64 GPUs), and NVIDIA Enterprise Support
      • Minimum initial purchase of 2 Creator subscriptions
    • Omniverse Enterprise Reviewer Subscription - $100 per floating (concurrent) user license per year
      • Enables review and approval abilities for users on workstations and virtual workstations
      • Includes use of Omniverse View visualization app, for reviewers to make comments, minor edits to materials/textures/basic shapes and NVIDIA Enterprise Support
      • Minimum initial purchase of 10 Reviewer subscriptions
    • Omniverse Enterprise Nucleus Subscription - $1,000 per named user per year
      • Provides collaboration and scalable core microservices deployed on servers and/or workstations
      • Nucleus Workstation, Enterprise Nucleus Server & NVIDIA Enterprise Support
      • Minimum initial purchase of 4 Nucleus subscriptions

    All subscriptions include the Omniverse Enterprise Launcher, plus Omniverse Enterprise Connectors.

    View Pricing and Licensing Guide here, and our platform solution brief here.

  • Can I monetize solutions I’ve built on, or connected to, the Omniverse platform?

    It is free to develop Omniverse Kit SDK-based Extensions, Apps, and Microservices, or Omniverse Connect SDK-based Connectors on the Omniverse Platform.

    Developers can sell their own Apps, Extensions, Microservices, or Connectors on their own, or be featured in the Omniverse Exchange. Developers are not able to distribute any NVIDIA-developed Omniverse Apps, Extensions, or Microservices, nor Omniverse Nucleus or Omniverse Kit.

    End-users of the Omniverse-based Extension, App, Microservice, or Connector will need either an Omniverse license or an Omniverse Enterprise license.

  • Do I need any special hardware to run NVIDIA Omniverse?

    NVIDIA Omniverse is built to run on any RTX-powered machine. For ideal performance, we recommend using GeForce RTX 3070, NVIDIA RTX A4000, 8Gb or higher.

    Element Minimum Specifications
    OS Supported Windows 10 64-bit
    (Version 1909 and above)
    CPU Intel I7
    AMD Ryzen
    2.5GHz or greater
    CPU Cores 4 or higher
    RAM 16 Gb or higher
    Storage 500 Gb SSD or higher
    VRAM 6 Gb or higher
    Min. Video Driver Version See latest drivers here
  • I downloaded NVIDIA Omniverse or purchased NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise and I need help. Where do I go for support?

    NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise customers can contact Enterprise Support for direct access to an NVIDIA subject matter expert that can provide timely issue resolution.

    NVIDIA Omniverse users are encouraged to visit the NVIDIA Omniverse forums, documentation, tutorials, and our Discord server for answers to common questions and technical support.

The Design and Simulation Conference for the Era of AI and the Metaverse

The Design and Simulation Conference
for the Era of AI and the Metaverse

Discover the next era of 3D design collaboration and virtual world simulation with NVIDIA Omniverse.

  • Foundations of the Metaverse: The HTML for 3D Virtual Worlds

    • Michael Kass, Senior Distinguished Engineer, NVIDIA
    • Rev Lebaredian, VP Simulation Technology and Omniverse Engineering, NVIDIA
    • Guido Quaroni, Senior Director of Engineering of 3D & Immersive, Adobe
    • Steve May, Vice President, CTO, Pixar
    • Mason Sheffield, Director of Creative Technology, Lowe’s Innovation Labs, Lowe's
    • Natalya Tatarchuk, Distinguished Technical Fellow and Chief Architect, Professional Artistry & Graphics Innovation, Unity
    • Matt Sivertson, Vice President and Chief Architect, Media & Entertainment, Autodesk
    • Mattias Wikenmalm, Senior Expert, Volvo Cars

    Join this session to hear from a panel of distinguished technical leaders as they talk about Universal Scene Description (USD) as a standard for the 3D evolution of the internet—the metaverse. These luminaries will discuss why they are investing in or adopting USD and what technological advancements need to come next to see its true potential unlocked.

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  • The Opportunity of the Industrial Metaverse

    • Dean Takahashi, Lead Writer, VentureBeat
    • Tony Hemmelgarn, CEO, Siemens Digital Industries Software
    • Peggy Johnson, CEO, Magic Leap
    • Matthew Ball, CEO, Epyllion
    • Inga von Bibra, CIO Research & Development, Mercedes-Benz AG
    • Rev Lebaredian, VP Simulation Technology and Omniverse Engineering, NVIDIA

    At the exact moment digital transformation needed to be accelerated, technological evolutions in AI and large-scale virtual world simulation are coming together to enable the Industrial Metaverse. Hear this panel of distinguished technical leaders and industry luminaries speak on how the 3D evolution of the internet is ushering in a new era of industrial opportunity and present a new class of digital twins.

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  • Making Production More Sustainable with the Industrial Metaverse

    • Cedrik Neike, Member of the Managing Board of Siemens AG and CEO Digital Industries, Siemens AG

    Industries worldwide face countless challenges and obstacles, such as making production more efficient and sustainable, or overcoming supply-chain interruptions. The good news is that we have the technologies to solve global challenges, but we need to implement them quickly and at scale! No company or country can do this alone. Instead, we need to work in ecosystems. For over a decade, the Siemens digital twin technology has been helping companies across all industries boost their productivity, efficiency, and sustainability. Siemens and NVIDIA are now driving the digital transformation further by partnering to enable the industrial metaverse: photorealistic, physics-based digital twins offer enormous potential to transform our economies and industries by providing a virtual world where people can interact and collaborate to solve real-world problems.

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  • Lowe’s: Fully Digitizing the World of Home Improvement

    • Cheryl Friedman, Vice President, Lowe’s Innovation Labs, Lowe’s
    • Mason Sheffield, Director of Creative Technology, Lowe’s Innovation Labs, Lowe’s

    Join this session to learn how FORTUNE 50 retailer Lowe's is digitizing the built world of home improvement. From our products to our stores to our customers’ homes, Lowe's is using digital twins to create new possibilities. Whether helping customers visualize the result of their room redesign or running simulations to optimize the layout of each store, Lowe’s is removing friction from home improvement.

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  • An Artist's Omniverse: How to Build Large Scale, Photoreal Virtual Worlds

    • Gabriele Leone, Senior Art Director, NVIDIA

    Hear from NVIDIA's expert environmental artists and see how 30 artists built an iconic multi-world demo in 3 months. Dive into a workflow featuring Adobe Substance 3D Painter, Photoshop, Autodesk 3ds Max, Maya, Blender, Modo, Maxon Zbrush, SideFX Houdini and NVIDIA Omniverse Create and see how the artists pulled off delivery of a massive scene that showcases the latest NVIDIA RTX, AI, and physics technologies.

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