AMD will webcast live from the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco on March 14th.
The developer and press event entitled "Capsaicin" will be hosted by Radeon Technologies Group's senior vice president and chief architect Raja Koduri on Monday, March 14th at 4pm PT (12am GMT).
Named after the compound that delivers a pepper's spicy kick, "Capsaicin" will explore the ‘inner essence’ of the graphics processing unit and how it powers innovations in gaming and virtual reality.
The webcast will feature an inside look at the latest technological advancements affecting the enthusiast and developer communities as they approach the burgeoning virtual reality market.
If you’re not lucky enough to be attending the event, fear not, you can still watch the live stream of the talk.
A real-time video webcast of the event will be accessible on AMD's Investor Relations home page at ir.amd.com.
There will also be a replay of the webcast a few hours after the conclusion of the live event. It will be available for one year after the event and will be uploaded to AMD’s YouTube channel.
AMD recently released some more additions to its 2016 desktop processor family, including the Althlon X4 880K, which is the fastest multi-core Athlon processor ever made. Read more about the firm’s new processors here.
The firm also recently revealed that all its Radeon R9 390 series and Fury series products, including the R9 Nano, can achieve the highest attainable ‘Recommended for VR’ status on Valve’s SteamVR performance test.
Find out how well AMD, Nvidia and Intel GPUs sold in Q4 2015 here.