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  • n. A data structure representing a graphical scene.

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  • Papyrus uses cairomm, and thus cairo, to perform rendering of a 2-D scenegraph into a cairo context.

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  • A flexible scenegraph architecture, supporting swappable culling components, such as portals or PVS.

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  • White_dune can read VRML97 files, display and let the user change the scenegraph/fields.

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  • White_dune can read, create and display VRML97 files and let the user change the scenegraph/fields.

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  • With this information we can statically define our scenegraph without the use of binding.

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  • In the series, he covers unnecessary bindings, optimizing the size of the scenegraph, the trade-offs of shapes versus images, using prescaling and background loading, and the advantages of def over var. Returning to the JavaFX theme, today's

    Editor's Daily Blog

  • "Benoit Bolsee, one of our programmers, has been able to speed up the scenegraph and culling in the game engine 5 times in just the very first optimization that was done," stated Nate Nesler.

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  • Papyrus is a 2D C++ scenegraph (canvas) library similar in concept to Gnome Canvas, and utilizes the cairomm library to perform drawing operations.

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  • Papyrus manages a 2D scenegraph (a.k.a. canvas) and uses cairomm (and hence cairo) to perform rendering.

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  • One of the most common reasons is to calculate the distance to a given object from the camera (depth in the scene) so that you can do sorting of the scenegraph.

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