In the wake of Nvidia’s SIGGRAPH news, are you curious about what’s really possible with the current generation of real-time ray tracing technology? The ray tracing specialists at Chaos Group have it pretty well covered with this demonstration of Project Lavina, a real-time ray tracing app rendering 24 to 30 fps of HD video from a Lenovo ThinkStation P920 workstation loaded with a single Quadro RTX 6000 GPU (estimated street price: $6,300). That’s 300 billion triangles in real time with no light-map baking, rasterized graphics or other shortcuts. Keep in mind the technology is brand new, so it only gets better from here, especially if you’re running multiple GPUs.