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I have heard it said (from Simon Pearson) that ED plan to implement ray tracing /support DLSS in the future.

 

Has anyone heard of any rough timeframes - even to the year?

 

As mentioned elsewhere, airport floodlighting needs seriously addressing.

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Personally, I'm more interested in raycasting technology (which is kinda similar to raytracing) coming to our RADARs, as they're a better way of simulating clutter (this is actually what the AJS 37, F-14A/B, MiG-19P(?) and what the Mirage 2000C is planned to use, not sure about the MiG-21bis - apparently the RADAR had/was planned to be updated to a raycasting scheme, but the clutter representation looks the same as it always does, just with higher refresh rate - it's certainly not looking like how it was teased to look).

 

It could also apply to proximity fuses, which at the moment, I think still fuse on either pilot's head or the distance to the geometric centre of whatever object they're fusing on, a raycasting scheme would also mean they could fuse on other objects, which AFAIK, they should.

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