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ThomasR
Hi,

How to do this kind of visualization with Jogamp's Ardor3D Continuation? Java3D has Texture3D support, but performance is not great and I believe difficult to get good results. The movie below is an example of what we're trying to do, but need more interactivity with high-resolution datasets. We use our own technique, first developed here at SSEC by Bill Hibbard of Vis5D fame, which is based on stacks of semi-transparent 2D Textures. It can produce good results, but also has performance issues. Can the programmable pipeline be leveraged for better results?


https://drive.google.com/file/d/0ByO95WTRBTk3VG51cUlEV2x5eEk/view?usp=sharing

Tom
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gouessej
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Hi

I don't really know the technique you mention. Why is the performance not great? What is the bottleneck? What do you expect from the programmable pipeline?
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ThomasR
Hi,

How would you approach generating a visualization like this in Jogamp's Ardor3D Continuation? Does the movie link
make any sense?

We often deal with very high resolution satellite remote sensing data and numerical weather prediction models - our bottleneck.

Tom
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