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UNIGINE announced earlier this month an update to their UNIGINE 2 Engine powered Superposition benchmark tool, with new features in the free version. This update was announced on April 12th, which we missed!

Superposition benchmark 1.1 now includes a free interactive VR mode, which was previously locked down to their paid editions. It supports multiple HMDs including SteamVR and as of this release they also said this now includes Linux users in the VR features too which is awesome.

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Additionally, they noted it includes "improved hardware detection algorithms" and support for some insane resolutions up to "16384 х 16384". It is an impressive tool and certainly a fun way for the UNIGINE team to show what their engine is capable of.

You can download it free to stress-test your system here. We also have a long-running forum post here to compare your scores with other Linux users.

Hat tip to velemas.

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finaldest 25 Apr, 2019
Would love to test out this benchmark but unfortunately I have never been able to get it to run. Valley and Heaven benchmarks work though.

Nice to see the engine get fresh updates though and should I invest in VR I would like to test this out as I am waiting for valve to announce their Steam VR kit.
DamonLinuxPL 25 Apr, 2019
Still broken on new Qt. Here QT 5.12.3 and broken from few releases.
Shmerl 25 Apr, 2019
Are they using OpenXR now, that it's out?


Last edited by Shmerl on 25 April 2019 at 10:22 pm UTC
TheRiddick 25 Apr, 2019
This has vulkan api right?
Is unigine used for anything other than their benchmarks these days? Last I recall it was pretty rare to see a game, let alone a AAA game, running with it.
x_wing 26 Apr, 2019
Quoting: DamonLinuxPLStill broken on new Qt. Here QT 5.12.3 and broken from few releases.

I have Qt 5.12 and it's working fine (AMDGPU)
elmapul 26 Apr, 2019
"play with over 900 interactive objects"
well, if that is an tech demo, looks like an tech demo with lots of fun
Tuxee 26 Apr, 2019
Quoting: TheRiddickThis has vulkan api right?

No. Unigine is (on Linux) OpenGL only.

See also https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=Unigine-Superposition-1.1
pete910 26 Apr, 2019
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Quoting: x_wing
Quoting: DamonLinuxPLStill broken on new Qt. Here QT 5.12.3 and broken from few releases.

I have Qt 5.12 and it's working fine (AMDGPU)

I also have 5.12.3 and it works fine

Edit,
Plasma ver is 5.15.4 if that makes a difference


Last edited by pete910 on 26 April 2019 at 7:03 am UTC
TheRiddick 27 Apr, 2019
Quoting: Tuxee
Quoting: TheRiddickThis has vulkan api right?

No. Unigine is (on Linux) OpenGL only.

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