coilbook wrote:"Nvidia’s new Turing architecture focuses on dedicated RT Cores for ray tracing, a technique that’s designed to improve lighting effects in games."
Will octane 4 support RT cores or only cudas
Now that our nvidia talk is done, we can talk about our work on this. We have an internal buid of V4 on RTX, and it’s faster, but not by the same amount we have gotten on Vulkan. We’re working with nvidia on this.
Whoa...so Vulkan is fastest currently?!
BTW - Is Brigade AI going to be integrated into these other APIs through Octane, or is Brigade going t be its own API?
Naive to and not sure of what the relationship with this stuff is.
It's like LUA and OSL: Looks and feels kind of the same, but it's not the same.
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