Dan Kuso wrote:After two and a half long years of insider investigative journalism, Mr. Zachary Morris and his various online portals have finally received official vindication -
http://s3gal3aks.wordpress.com/2011/09/ ... wervr-rtx/
Stu, where are you now kid? You should have known better than to go up against a 36 year veteran of the industry. You spent the last few years discrediting Mr. Morris and now that he's finally been proven to be legit, you can't show your face in public anymore. Neither you nor your buddy Dr. Salbutamon.
Let the countdown begin. Sega's grand return is upon us.
Thank you Mr. Morris, Thank you Mr. Holzhauer, Thank you Mr. Haneda, Thank you for everything that you have done for us.
Geee you really are a one trick pony, aren't you. Having been comprehensively pwned as RayTracer you now predictably change names and are continuing to ask that old, stale question.
Anyway on to this "incredible revelation" that Zach Morris "exposed". So it seems that Imagination Technologies are planning to incorporate the Caustic Ray Tracing techology in to their PowerVR GPU at some point in the future and that by some incredible coincidence they are referring to it as "PowerVR RTX".
Congratulations! A tiny weeny part of Zach's BS is actually going to come true thanks to a coincidence!
It doesn't exactly take a genius to figure out that ImgTech would eventually want to combine RayTracing tech in to their PowerVR GPUs. I seem to recall that I said that ImgTech would probably plan to incorporate the 2 in the successor to the Power VR 6 architecture.
2 facts remain:
The Power VR6 chip will be a DirectX 11 /OpenGL 4 compliant chip and will use the rasterization based system to generation the images. The fake specs that Zach Morris created that claimed Sega would use a Power VR 6 and a Caustic Two/Caustic One RTU is BS.
There is still no evidence that Sega is going to be using ImgTec's technology in their next arcade system and there is no evidence at all that Sega is planning to release a new game console either. Until one of the major video game websites start to report that Sega is planning a new game console I will continue to consider these so called " console rumors" to be BS.