Yesterday I spent the morning working in Lightroom figuring out how to make a functional and aesthetically pleasing custom gallery. The result is the first screenshot gallery of the games I play, in this case the recently released Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor.
On July 2nd I picked up a Samsung LU28D590S, an entry-level Ultra High Definition (UHD) 28″ monitor, for can$655 (~us$612, €450, £357) after taxes. Since then I have been doing various tests to determine exactly which games support UHD and to what extent, as well as trying to get a sense of how it changes various games and software.
In this post I give a general review and opinion of the monitor and examine the viability of “4K” gaming.
Railworks 2013 has a built-in editor, which displays the GPS coordinates of each quick drive location on a route. Using that information I have created Google Earth/Maps versions of each of the 24 routes I currently have for the simulator.