davrous Posted November 25, 2016 Share Posted November 25, 2016 Hi, One of our intern in Microsoft France and now core member of the team, @Luaacro, has been working with us building an online editor for Babylon.js: http://editor.babylonjs.com. In order to showcase what you could do with it, he decided to build a complete impressive scene: http://www.babylonjs.com/demos/ruins Yes, it has been entirely built with our editor! It uses a lot of high end effects we have in the engine like a standard pipeline, dynamic shadow generators and particles. He has written a small article about it: https://medium.com/babylon-js/babylon-js-editor-demo-is-now-live-a8fc217a6324#.wp85aq2kx As the scene could be a bit hard to render on every machine (you need a GTX970+ to render it without issue), I’ve added some code to monitor performance based on the last 60 frames rendered. If the fps is too low, I’m: - First lowering the size of the render canvas to 66% and removing the standard pipeline (post processes cost a lot of perf) - Lowering the size of the render canvas to 50% if it’s not enough If fps goes up again, I’m doing the opposite but will never re-enable the standard pipeline. It means that if your machine is able to render the complete demo in full resolution from the first frame to the last one, it has a great GPU and/or a great browser. Enjoy! David JohnK, satguru, iiceman and 11 others 14 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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