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#ActualiMalc

Posted 24 June 2013 - 01:22 AM

Sorry but I have to agree that this really does come down to a lack of understanding about how raster 3D graphics work.

 

You describe how to draw the scene, then leave the system to do its job as it sees fit. It is more declarative style.
It doesn't even draw the next frame over top of the old one anyway. It starts drawing the next frame whilst it's busy sending the previous frame to your monitor. These things are designed for performance!


#1iMalc

Posted 24 June 2013 - 01:21 AM

Sorry but I have to agree that this really does come down to a lack of understanding about how raster 3D graphics work.

 

You describe how to draw the scene, then leave the system to do its job as it sees fit. It is more declarative style.
It doesn't even draw the next frame over top of the new one anyway. It starts drawing the next frame whilst it's busy sending the previous frame to your monitor. These things are designed for performance!


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