At GDC 2019, Epic Games unveiled an amazing Unreal Engine 4 demo called "Troll," known as the "Troll." According to the team, this demo ran on a single NVIDIA GeForce RTX2080Ti, demonstrating what developers currently can do with real-time ray tracing.
As Epic Games notes, the following tech demo will give you an idea of what developers and developers are like. Creators can handle raytracing.
The demo runs on the Unreal Engine 4.22, marking an unprecedented level of cinema-quality lighting with complex soft shadows and reflections.
Nick Penwarden, Director of Unreal Engine At Epic Games said:
"Raytracing is more than just reflection – it's about all the subtle lighting interactions needed to create a natural, beautiful image. Ray tracing adds subtle lighting effects throughout the scene, making everything more realistic and natural, and making it easier to take beautiful shots. "