[x3d-public] Calculations for scenes

John Carlson yottzumm at gmail.com
Thu May 5 18:40:43 PDT 2022

There’s a lot of conversion of graphics shading language to lower level
languages, i think SPIR-V is something like that, but will have to check. I
believe shading languages can also be converted to CUDA, but that seems
like a parallel move.   WebGPU is converted to Vulkan, for example.

On Thu, May 5, 2022 at 5:19 PM Konstantin Smirnov <
konstantin.e.smirnov at gmail.com> wrote:

> By the way, is there a chance for improving performance of algorithms that
> can be written in php by automatically converting into CUDA computations?
> If make some algorithms and call them from x3d, then make in CUDA
> computations
> пт, 6 мая 2022 г., 00:57 Konstantin Smirnov <
> konstantin.e.smirnov at gmail.com>:
>> Thanks. Yes, my engine can solve combinatorial and such problems very fast
>> I thought it might be good for fast rendering, any improvements. But how
>> to get this easy understanding and well approved.. Existing methods, can
>> they solve these problems fast and what are possible improvements, that are
>> easy to understand and do
>> For example, via Ajax we can pass data to engine, improving performance
>> of scenes working, any such constraint programming applications?
>> D wave quantum isn't available in all countries
>> пт, 6 мая 2022 г., 00:29 John Carlson <yottzumm at gmail.com>:
>>> Look into HAnim, Rigid Body Physics, Collisions, Volume Rendering,
>>> Particle Systems.  Ray Tracing and Ray Marching are pretty standard for
>>> finding intersections and computing lighting, and some solutions include
>>> gridding or octrees.   I don’t know if there’s a standard for “global
>>> illumination” yet.   Things are moving towards PBR solutions.
>>> OC, there’s lots of areas to investigate!   Maybe look into quantum
>>> lighting effects?   Maybe try to solve hard math problems in quantum
>>> computers.
>>> It gets a lot easier if you try to focus on one domain instead of
>>> generic systems.   Choose what interests you!
>>> Im I’m guessing you’re referring to NP solutions to math problems?
>>> John
>>> On Thu, May 5, 2022 at 4:03 PM Konstantin Smirnov <
>>> konstantin.e.smirnov at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> Thanks a lot! Ideas are fast calculations for scene updates, algorithms
>>>> of computations that require hard math systems. If there are any, good to
>>>> see
>>>> чт, 5 мая 2022 г., 23:59 John Carlson <yottzumm at gmail.com>:
>>>>> For X3DOM (web), i would focus languages that compile to WebAssembly
>>>>> (WASM).   As far as up-and-coming languages that compile to WASM, i think
>>>>> Rust is becoming more and more popular.
>>>>> I have not focused on WASM, because AFAIK, DOM manipulation must be
>>>>> done in JavaScript.
>>>>> Updates to this are welcome!
>>>>> Good luck!
>>>>> John
>>>>> On Thu, May 5, 2022 at 3:40 PM Konstantin Smirnov <
>>>>> konstantin.e.smirnov at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>>> Hello
>>>>>> Suppose we have very fast calculations for scenes. Some math engine
>>>>>> How can it be applied to x3dom?
>>>>>> Improving scenes, performance
>>>>>> For example, constraint programming, which engines are the most
>>>>>> popular and powerful and how they can be used for improving performance?
>>>>>> Do you know what are the most popular constraint programming engines,
>>>>>> are they used for improving performance, in USA also, and how big is the
>>>>>> concurrence in this area?
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