Nick Schoeps, senior engineer at MotoCzysz let us in to some secrets during his presentation at Nvidia’s GTC conference last week.
The Portland, Ore., firm’s latest goal is to create a hyper-aerodynamic bike capable of setting a new land speed record. Constant improvements and refinements of every aspect of the motorcycle will get them there.
This builds upon a history of winning some of the most prestigious races for electric-drive and conventional motorcycles three years in a row.
The Quadro GPU lets MotoCzysz use SolidWorks to see every detail of a bike, without lag, and tweak the design as needed. Meanwhile, the Tesla GPU processes ray-tracing from Bunkspeed Pro and performs all the rendering and simulations in the background.
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