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Thursday, 17 December 2020

Hardware hacker adds real-time ray tracing effects to the SNES


Yep, you read that correctly: the SNES, of all consoles, is now capable of ray tracing -- sort of. Obviously, the SNES lacks any sort of dedicated RT hardware, so Carter was forced to get a bit crafty. He created an external piece of tech that he calls the SuperRT,"...

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