If you’ve turned on your Windows 10 PC today, you’ve probably been hassled at least three times by now that it’s time for another big old update – specifically, the Windows 10 October update. This time, however, it’s actually got a bunch of neat gaming goodies in store, especially if you’re one of the three people who have already bought one of Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 2080 or RTX 2080Ti graphics cards since they came out a couple of weeks ago. For this is the update that finally brings public support for Microsoft’s DirectX Raytracing (DXR) tech, allowing you to finally (sort of) get the most out of your shiny new GPU and its very nice-looking reflections. This should hopefully mean that ray-tracing updates for games like Shadow of the Tomb Raider aren’t far off now, as DXR support means that all DirectX 12 Windows PC can now play nicely with any game or application that supports real-time ray-tracing. DXR also gives all game … [Read more...] about Windows 10 October update finally adds ray-tracing support for Nvidia’s RTX Turing cards
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Tech support: We need it, but we don't like it. But what if we were part of it? And what if, during the discharge of our dull day-to-day duties, we discovered that there's more going on in the world around us than meets the eye? That behind all those error messages and angry customers, something sinister was happening? That's the setup for Tech Support: Error Unknown, a "story rich adventure" set to come out in February. As a new employee of Quasar Telecommunications, you're outfitted with a purpose-built computer that enables you to work your tech support job from home, interacting with customers and solving their problems. Or you can dick them around for personal gain if that's your thing: Take a look into their accounts for potential blackmail material, or track their movements through their phones to see where they're going and what they've been up to. Either way, you'll eventually stumble upon something shady going on between your corporate bosses and an "anonymous rogue … [Read more...] about Tech Support: Error Unknown is a game about corporations, call centers, and conspiracies
Nvidia is pushing the Real-Time Ray Tracing for video games some of the game developers have confirmed it for their games. However, the Real-Time Ray Tracing might also drop for the upcoming The Division 2, Anthem and more titles. A rumor has been making rounds on the internet suggesting that Nvidia is ready to push Real-Time Ray Tracing for upcoming games such as The Division 2, Anthem and more. It wouldn’t be surprising for the Real Time Ray Tracing to come to games since Nvidia is known for introducing new graphical/visuals features with the help of its GameWorks platform. However, The Division 2 and Anthem are not the only games that might feature the Real-Time Ray Tracing as the upcoming Battlefield V and Shadow Of The Tomb Raider might also support Real-Time Ray Tracing. Given that Nvidia has partnered up for the PC versions of the Battlefield V and Shadow Of The Tomb Raider, it is highly likely that these games will support Real-Time Ray Tracing. However, the Real-Time Ray … [Read more...] about Real-Time Ray Tracing Support Coming To The Division 2 And Anthem
BIONIC soldiers with x-ray vision could soon be a reality thanks to a new wireless system that uses radio-waves to map people's movements behind walls. Researchers at MIT trained an artificial intelligence to analyse radio signals that bounce off human bodies to create a dynamic stick figure that mimics a person's actions. The so-called neural network can sense people's postures and movement even from the outside of a building or room. MIT says the tech can be embedded in to a wireless device, which would theoretically allow soldiers to hook it up to their combat gear – like helmets and night-vision goggles. In the future, military personnel could use it on the battlefield to "see" hidden enemies by wearing augmented reality headsets. Researchers are now working to create realistic 3D models that map even more detailed movements. For example, the tech could soon show if a person's hands are shaking. The biggest challenge the team faced is that most neural networks are … [Read more...] about X-ray vision will give soldiers super-hero ability to see through walls
Microsoft has promised the free-sync support for Xbox One S and Xbox One X and currently, Xbox insiders have the access to this feature, however, folks at Digital Foundry have tested the Xbox One X FreeSync display support to see if the free-sync for the Xbox One X is worth it or not? For those who don’t know, French display support for Xbox One S and Xbox One X will remove the screen tearing during gameplay while allowing to play games at variable framerates. For the purpose of this testing the monitor used was “Asus VP28U” which is not a perfect monitor to test the Free-sync support on the Xbox One X but, it does the job. The games used to test the Xbox One X FreeSync display support were Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus, The Vanishing of Ethen Carter, Hitman 2016, Rise Of The Tomb Raider, Final Fantasy 15 and more. The results of the test vary from game to game which you can check out in the video below. Speaking of the Xbox One X, a job listing has emerged … [Read more...] about Xbox One X FreeSync Display Support Tested, Is It Worth It?