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If you have a DX11 GPU from AMD or Nvidia that supports Shader Model 5.0, there is a very interesting new tech demo for ray tracing. It is called Rigid Gems 2.0.
Here is the main website: http://www.rigidgems.sakura.ne.jp/index.html
It is in japanese, but if you are running google chrome you can use the built in google translate.
If you cannot find the download link for the demo, Click Here for a direct link to the file named RigidGems2_0.zip
Extract and run the program and you'll be greeted with a small window rendering the gems:

It has a japanese encoded readme, so therefore it is pretty much unreadable, but I can make out what the keyboard/mouse controls do:
ESC = Quit
S = Take screenshot (saved to \capture)
PAGE DOWN = Zoom out
PAGE UP = Zoom In
HOME = Focus Far
END = Focus Near
INSERT = Decrease Bokeh effect
DELETE = Increase Bokeh effect
ENTER = Skip to next demo

By skip to next demo, I mean that there are 5 different scenes in the demo. Scene 1 depicts gems surrounded by gold & silver rings, Scene 2 depicts some jewelry surrounded by glass, gold & silver chess pieces, Scene 3 depicts Gold & Silver rings crashing into each other, Scene 4 depicts a few rings placed on the platform, and Scene 5 depicts a pocket watch (surrounded by small gems in demo mode and no gems in interactive mode) See below for some screen grabs: Screen Grabs (Click to show)
(these are grabbed from running the demo on my sigrig)
Scene1:

Scene1-2:

Scene2:

Scene3:

Scene4:

Scene5:

It also seems he is working on a WebGL version for use in chrome. I'd like to see that. WebGL is a very powerful platform and this would be a very good showcase demo for devs looking into WebGL.

So, give this a try, I haven't done too much research into this, but I have noticed that this has not surfaced very quickly. As of this posting, I have not found any posts on the thread for this amazing tech demo.
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Will try this evening.
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@jtc10512, this is really a real nice thing u've found. Especially the first scene was really, what should I say... soothing and silky.
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@jtc10512, this is really a real nice thing u've found. Especially the first scene was really, what should I say... soothing and silky.
Raytracing has always been a fascination of mine. I wanted to try out that car garage demo that Nvidia has, but it's only supported on their cards. I have a Radeon HD 6770 so it just wouldn't work. I've done some things with rendering in the past, like pov-ray type things. I've used some powerful renderers that can simulate caustics, global illumination, and basic raytracing with variable detail in the light maps. Images like that, depending on the detail, would take hours to render on the most powerful CPU. And now, since shadermodel 5.0 can support ray trace calculations, visuals like this are absolutely stunning. It's most amazing that this is live rendered. It truly comes to show how much power the GPU has with these sort of tasks compared to the CPU. Of course, the visuals in this demo do not use super detailed light maps, but detailed enough to give you stunning refraction and ray trace effects. I think it also lowers the strain on the GPU due to its reduction of anti-aliasing and less detailed geometry. I'd like to see GPU's have raytracing on tesselated objects. That would really put a GPU to work. I wonder if the most powerful cards on the market could handle raytracing and tesselation at the same time. Btw, this could be a good benchmarking application if you pop in a frame rate counter. (like fraps or something) My card gets about 16 FPS on the first scene when in full-screen resolution (~1600x900). But when at it's default resolution ( i think maybe 640x480) I can get 50 FPS on scene 1.
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i tried it and i must say its very beautiful and very demanding. i have my HD 7950 @950Mhz (a stock of the Sapphire OCed card) and the last scene can kill my frames to the 20's. the drawback for me is that (at least for me) its capped at 59 fps and it runs at that most of the time, sometimes drop to 40 maybe 30 and the most demanding to the 20's.

if it has an option to turn of the cap it could be a great benchmark...


(if anyone can have more than 59 fps please describe how)
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i tried it and i must say its very beautiful and very demanding. i have my HD 7950 @950Mhz (a stock of the Sapphire OCed card) and the last scene can kill my frames to the 20's. the drawback for me is that (at least for me) its capped at 59 fps and it runs at that most of the time, sometimes drop to 40 maybe 30 and the most demanding to the 20's.
if it has an option to turn of the cap it could be a great benchmark...
(if anyone can have more than 59 fps please describe how)
See if you can go into your driver settings (nvidia control panel or AMD vision engine control center) and force vsync to "off" so that applications cant use it. It appears to me that its locking it at 59 for vsync.
I turned it to force off (always off) and it hit 60 at some point in scene 2. Maybe try it with your more powerful card?
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See if you can go into your driver settings (nvidia control panel or AMD vision engine control center) and force vsync to "off" so that applications cant use it. It appears to me that its locking it at 59 for vsync.
I turned it to force off (always off) and it hit 60 at some point in scene 2. Maybe try it with your more powerful card?

turned it to always off, and still caps at 59 fps. (sure it drops but never goes above it, but its obviously not the max)

don't know how to change it, maybe its somewhere in the program itself rather than the driver?


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