Real time visualization of 3D vector field with CUDA
8 Conclusion and downloads
I really enjoyed this project and I learned a lot about vector fields as well as about CUDA. This project went far beyond course requirements and I received 100/100 from the project and A from the class.
The down side of the application itself is the fact that you need to have somewhat recent NVIDIA GPU in order to run it. The code was developed and tested only on Windows using delta-wing dataset. To run the application might require CUDA installed. Test dataset can be downloaded below.
If you are interested in the implementation please see the code on GitHub.
DeltaWing-LowestResolution.7z (48 MB) [a4c25...1f325]
Delta-wing dataset in the lowest resolution (other resolutions are too big for sharing on this web).
Due to space restrictions I am able to share with you only the smallest resolution of the dataset. The original is 1 GB. If you really want to test it feel free to email me.
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Table of contents
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Prerequisites
- 3 Visualization using glyphs
- 4 Vector field integrators for stream line visualization
- 5 Visualization using stream lines and stream tubes
- 6 Visualization using stream surfaces
- 7 Performance benchmark
- 8 Conclusion and downloads