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    Originally posted by PLASTICA-MAN View Post
    Yes it was me talking to Mike who confirmed that.
    Ahh, I'm sorry. That means you already know more than me, I thought someone else mentioned that ^^
    I do hope that VXGI gets multiple bounces soon, but I guess we will have to wait. For now I just want to have 4.7

    Greetings,
    Dakraid

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      Originally posted by Dakraid View Post
      Ahh, I'm sorry. That means you already know more than me, I thought someone else mentioned that ^^
      I do hope that VXGI gets multiple bounces soon, but I guess we will have to wait. For now I just want to have 4.7

      Greetings,
      Dakraid
      I think they better switch to 4.7 after hairworks :P 4.7 all in one =D
      Pursuit of Realistic Cinematic scene.

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        i wasnt able to run it under linux yet, which library gets its hardcoded dependency from cuda-5.5? cant you distribute its sources so we can build and debug ourselves?

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          Ive seen the WaveWorks in action an it looks truly amazing Now I hope its not long until they get FlameWorks.
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            Hi Mike I saw Tom's Titan X demos today at GTC. They showed off the Unreal Engine 4 Kite demo and 2 Flex demos(balloon and red dress). Do you know if you can share these demos out to us or are they strictly private? Here is a link to the demos I am talking about http://www.twitch.tv/pcper/b/638116071?t=11m50s

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              The Kite demo will be released with UE4 4.8

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                i dig that red dress. noice

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                  mike will flex.cu always be closed source? or are there plans from nvidia to at least open it with an agreement?

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                    Originally posted by greboide View Post
                    i wasnt able to run it under linux yet, which library gets its hardcoded dependency from cuda-5.5? cant you distribute its sources so we can build and debug ourselves?
                    I'm afraid that's not possible at the present time. I will inquire as to updating the CUDA version.

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                      Originally posted by greboide View Post
                      mike will flex.cu always be closed source? or are there plans from nvidia to at least open it with an agreement?
                      That's hard to say. We are working on the DX Compute port, which will be the preferred implementation when it becomes available. Our execs have made public statements in the past that all GW modules will be available as source under an agreement, but because FleX is still under development we haven't settled on the terms of a source license for it yet.

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                        Originally posted by Decoy11 View Post
                        Hi Mike I saw Tom's Titan X demos today at GTC. They showed off the Unreal Engine 4 Kite demo and 2 Flex demos(balloon and red dress). Do you know if you can share these demos out to us or are they strictly private? Here is a link to the demos I am talking about http://www.twitch.tv/pcper/b/638116071?t=11m50s
                        There is nothing holding us back from releasing those demos in principle, but please understand that they were only recently completed for GTC, and we don't have any distributable builds available yet.

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                          Originally posted by Frequia View Post
                          Ive seen the WaveWorks in action an it looks truly amazing Now I hope its not long until they get FlameWorks.
                          The FlameWorks simulation tech has been integrated into the Turbulence module, however the volume rendering solution is still TBD for UE4.

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                            Originally posted by Mike.Skolones View Post
                            That's hard to say. We are working on the DX Compute port, which will be the preferred implementation when it becomes available. Our execs have made public statements in the past that all GW modules will be available as source under an agreement, but because FleX is still under development we haven't settled on the terms of a source license for it yet.
                            nice, that's excellent news! this stuff is so exciting that waiting is the hardest part imho .

                            about distributing updated libraries that would be awesome, flex needs a bit more love on linux side .

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                              These new Flex demos look absolutely amazing. Really hope this keeps getting worked on (especially DirectCompute version).
                              check my blog - cybereality.com

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                                Thanks for the reply Mike. Can you also answer if the balloon and red dress demo actually required 3 Titan X to run at good frame rates or were you guys just showing off?

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