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Nvidia releases three new RTX demos

by on15 April 2019

Showing off ray tracing

Nvidia has officially released three new demos showing off those RTX ray tracing effects, Star Wars Reflections, Atomic Hearts, and Justice.

Following the announcement that the Geforce 425.31 driver enables DXR ray tracing on Pascal- and non-RTX Turing-based graphics cards, Nvidia has also released three new demos which shows those effects.

The first one is the Star Wars Reflections demo based on Unreal Engine 4. Nvidia originally showed this demo on four Volta V100 graphics cards.

The next in line is the Mundfish Atomic Hearts, which is also based on Unreal Engine and uses DXR ray traced shadows and reflections, as well as Nvidia DLSS tech to provide further performance improvements.

The last one is based on China's popular MMO Justice, and also uses ray traced reflections and shadows, as well as DLSS.

All three are available for download over at Nvidia's website and hopefully, Nvidia will be able to get more developers onboard the RTX train.


Last modified on 15 April 2019
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