NVIDIA has released a demo for their latest GPUs which might be a little familiar for long-time PC gamers. A New Dawn is a remake of their Dawn demo for the GeForce FX line of graphics processors — now with less fake Subsurface Scattering.
What better way to gratify your purchases than scantily clad demihumans?
It has been just months shy of a decade ago when NVIDIA revealed Dawn to attendees of the 2002 Game Developer’s Conference. Dawn, titled after both lead character as well as setting, was set to promote NVIDIA’s GeForce FX line of graphics processors.
Less lensflare than a dance-pop video.
Every day I'm fluttering — ROFL.
A New Dawn demonstrates the progression between early-stage DirectX 9 through current DirectX 11.1 hardware. Dawn has been remodeled and reskinned with actual subsurface scattering to liven up her skin; fine-grained hair with blur shaders to prevent aliasing; and certainly no extra clothing. Her environment is modeled and tessellated — a step up from the box she used to reside in.
A New Dawn is available for download from NVIDIA’s website if your system meets the minimum specifications — which, if you have a Kepler GPU, is quite forgiving for a system that a Kepler GPU would make sense to be in.