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PlayStation 4 gaming to go next-generation with Enlighten

The PlayStation 4 will be receiving all of the best technology for this next-generation of gaming, and joining the already impressive system is the state-of-the-art lighting system from Geomerics called Enlighten.

Enlighten will now be available to all developers who are working on PlayStation 4 games, which will help creators bring real-time global illumination to games that utilize its tech.

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The_Infected1237d ago

That's great. Just keep hearing great new about PS4. Can't wait to E3 to see more great stuff!

zerocrossing1237d ago

Sony's PS4 really has everything going for it right now, I just hope the games deleviver that much needed next gen feel.

remanutd551237d ago

E3 is gonna be pretty interesting this year.

DigitalSmoke1237d ago

Thats some cool tech, fire up Battlefield and see how the sun bounces off from a red container into a Yellow one.
The bounced light will color part of the yellow container orange, as it should.

lovegames7181237d ago

Man if Santa Monica and/or Naughty Dog have something for E3 im going to go crazy! lol

But yeah im seriously planning on taking a few days off of work when the ps4 releases because i think i will be thoroughly engulfed by the games an using the online/Social features.

I have never beent his excited for a system before! (well maybe the ps3)

PS4OUR1237d ago

Its a combination of all the right elements that gets me going batshit crazy over the possibilities with this platform.

The power is definately there but most importantly its the EASE OF USE that gets me most excited.

I get brain spasms and foam at the mouth when i think of this architecture in the hands of Naughty Dog and Santa Monica Studios.

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