18 April 2018
Undoubtedly CES is always a big event for techies around the globe as it kickoff right at the beginning of the year. The reason is quite obvious as it not only brings latest innovations and gadgets but also sets a path for the next months of the year. NVIDIA is in the limelight since it starts unveiling their CES 2018 products. The chip manufacturing giant bringing the best possible hardware to fulfill the gamers thrust. The company recently announced Big Format Gaming Displays which brings all the graphics tech from the company on board.
Now the company announced a new feature to further enhance user GeForce Experience. The new feature is dubbed as filters, it not only has name pretty similar to Instagram Filters but also its functionalities are pretty similar. The Freestyle is still in Beta version with 15 striking filters. These filters for sure lure those gamers who want to re-experience their favorite gaming titles with different tones.
As expected these filters are not using it doesn't support content, the company confirmed so far 100 games are supporting the NVIDIA freestyle filters, we can expect it to support more games once the final build is released. The company also added more filters to their Ansel in-game camera to add multiple filters at the same time. For sure the multiple filters experience is one of the most creative seen what every avid gamer would like to have on board. The latest feature will be added to GeForce Experience on January 9th but you need to make sure you already activated the "Experimental Features" to use this feature.
If you don't own a powerful setup and also you don't have enough money. You don't have to worry because NVIDIA is bringing game streaming via GeForce. A number of freestyle filters will also attract those gamers who are colorblind or have any other visual issue. For instance, you can active Night mode while playing in the night. Let's have a look at all the filters which will be available with the Beta version.
• Black and White• Color• Colorblind• Contrast• Details• Exposure• Half Tone• Mood• Night Mode• Retro• Sepia• Vignette• Depth of Field• Special FX• Adjustments