First day of xith3d, let's see where this goes... I better not get lazy again and give up
Well what can I say, been trying to use jme3 before, but had to search for other engines because jme3 latest on svn is not working atm and not to mention they still have some holes in the intersection algorithm not always detecting intersections.
Anyway, I want to do something simple for myself, and visualize a directed graph in 3D... I'm thinking of using berkeleydb for storage (although neo4j would maybe be better).
In 3D though I will likely have like 10 million let's say nodes and I was wondering how can this be handled with xith3D, without getting 0fps ... assuming most nodes would be something like spheres but yet they can be created/deleted at runtime, ... yeah don't know yet...
I will also employ some algorithm from forg3d I believe, for dynamically laying out the graph, so the nodes don't occupy same space for example... I already translated the Euler part from C to java but I now need the storage and 3D parts
Not sure what else to blabber about maybe I should go and check out the examples in xith-tk
Btw, thanks for coding xith
so far so good.