I agree with everyone on PipeWire in Fedora. Could be another revolutionary change, especially coupled with Wayland and Btrfs. I also strongly agree with right to repair, and although the UK has recently voted to leave the EU I am strongly in support of it. I’ve not been able to purchase new hardware for some time now, but when I do, I’ll certainly favour firms that offer longevity, if I am able to. I remember studying the algorithms behind ray tracing in Computer Graphics course, one of my favourites when I was an undergraduate. Interesting to find hardware support for this coming, a couple of decades down-the-line. I’m not much of a gamer myself, but I can certainly imagine the benefits!
Aaahhww, thank you again @ak2020!!! So true about ray tracing! Been using it in animation programs since the 80’s It’s nice to see it finally coming to the mainstream in gaming on Linux!! Cheers and !!
When I was studying Computer Vision, which involved some of the hardest maths I ever did, I never would have dreamt it would be applied in augmented reality applications like Snapchat in real-time. I don’t use it but it fascinates me to see what computer vision is being used for now in real-time!