Unsolved Qt3D remove points from large models
I work on a program visualizing 3D scanned models. These can have several million datapoints, which I input, put in a point cloud and plot on screen. Now I want to remove points by definitions (i.e. all with x>0), and currently I do this one by one when creating the cloud. However, when I want to adjust the definitions in the program, I recreate the cloud over and over, which each time can take a while. I wonder if there's some method in Qt3D to do this faster? I googled it but couldn't come up with anything.
m.sue last edited by m.sue
If you plot points just as such they are not replated to each other, I assume. And the points that remain visible are not related to the ones removed.
So what exactly is the problem that you have with just throwing away all at once?
There is no problem with my approach, it is just super slow having a lot of points and no supercomputer at hand. I wondered if there's a more efficient way, like defining a second "body" (in my case the border definitions) and extract the intersect in one sweep. Integrated matrix and array operations are usually a million times faster than handling each element itself!