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    Vulkan Ray Tracing extensions released by Khronos

    Designed to be hardware agnostic, can be accelerated by compute or RT cores.
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    Re: Vulkan Ray Tracing extensions released by Khronos

    this is nice, I would be most keen to purchase my next GFX card from a company who support this, also it would be cheaper for the developers to go with the standards.

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    Re: Vulkan Ray Tracing extensions released by Khronos

    Playstation 5..... run on Windows? absolutely not

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    Re: Vulkan Ray Tracing extensions released by Khronos

    An universal standard library is IMO what Raytracing needs to kick off. So good news for all users I suppose.

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    Re: Vulkan Ray Tracing extensions released by Khronos

    Am i the only one who makes laser noises in their head whenever i read the words ray tracing.

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    Re: Vulkan Ray Tracing extensions released by Khronos

    Quote Originally Posted by Ballantin View Post
    An universal standard library is IMO what Raytracing needs to kick off. So good news for all users I suppose.
    It should be good news, but that wasn't enough to give Vulkan dominance over DX12.

    Quote Originally Posted by Corky34 View Post
    Am i the only one who makes laser noises in their head whenever i read the words ray tracing.
    Well is *was* only you, perhaps we will all be doing it now

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