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The Vulkan headers now include the following new extensions:
- VK_LAYER_KHRONOS_shader_object emulation layer (beta)
The SYCL 2020 Reference Guide project aims to improve the SYCL developer ecosystem by providing a more usable version of the SYCL specification. An online searchable reference is needed, along the lines of cppreference.com, through which developers can rapidly find relevant material in top ranked web searches or browsing.
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On April 27, 2023 the Vulkan® Ray Tracing TSG released the VK_KHR_ray_tracing_position_fetch extension, which exposes the ability to fetch vertex positions from an acceleration structure hit when tracing rays. The SPIR-V SPV_KHR_ray_tracing_position_fetch and GLSL GL_EXT_ray_tracing_position_fetch extensions have also been released to provide SPIR-V and GLSL support for this functionality.
The position of scene geometry is provided to ray tracing acceleration structures at build time and they include a derived form of the positions to enable efficient ray tracing and queries. Applications frequently require the position or a derived attribute of a triangle on a hit. For example, the geometric normal of the hit can be used as a biased ray origin for shadow rays in path tracers to prevent self intersection. The Ray Tracing Position Fetch extension enables direct retrieval of position and attribute information to avoid duplication of geometry data storage.
Historically, Roblox had two mesh import options, OBJ or FBX. Now there is a new option, glTF! In this beta release, Roblox is supporting 3D mesh models and PBR textures. Support for rigged models, skinning, and animations will come in a future update.