[vtkusers] vtkOpenGLHAVSVolumeMapper a problem or not ?
kmorel at sandia.gov
Wed Jul 18 14:41:12 EDT 2007
The HAVS volume mapper was really designed for unstructured grids. I believe the test, for convenience, converts a structured grid to an unstructured grid. But this conversion causes the number of cells to grow significantly and virtually guarantees that the rendering rate per cell will be slower. Neither of things matter for a regression test, but they make a big deal in practice.
In practice, you would really only use the HAVS volume mapper in situations where you start with an unstructured grid. In this case, the volume ray cast mapper is not really an option.
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> Hi all,
> I tried to use the vtkOpenGLHAVSVolumeMapper to render a big vtk volume
> (14 081 Ko). I watched the test TestHAVSVolumeMapper.cxx to see how this
> mapper works. So I used the same filters, etc... in my program than in the
> Finally, I have bad results with this mapper since the result is very
> slower and less detailled than when I use vtkVolumeRayCastMapper. I can
> understand that the RayCast is more detailled but not faster than the
> Here is the config of my working PC :
> Intel Core 2 6600 - 2Go RAM - NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GTS
> That's why I wanted to use the GPU in order to accelerate the render...
> Does somebody have an idea on why I have so bad results ?
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