Can integrated graphics run path tracing—with AI’s help? Intel says yes

Applying the latest rendering and AI techniques to the Arc GPUs.

Jon Peddie

Intel is focusing on improving precise and intricate visual creation and rendering by introducing efficient techniques for rendering complex materials, dynamic scenes, and path-tracing convergence. They presented papers at EGSR and HPG conferences, discussing advancements in acceleration structures for ray tracing. Intel updates technologies like Xe Super Sampling (XeSS) and Embree, contributing to the developer community. They will unveil neural tools for real-time path tracing at Siggraph 2023, aiming to revolutionize the graphics field and enable high-quality visuals across various domains. This marks the beginning of the era of neural graphics, enhancing visual quality on low-power GPUs. (Source: Intel) Intel

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