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Q3DSurface: QAstractItemModel or QSurfaceDataArray?
Davide87 last edited by Davide87
I need to display a 3D surface on my GUI and I want to use the Q3DSurface c++ class. The data is continuously downloaded through a QTCPSocket and I want a refresh rate of at least 10-20 frames per second. Therefore I need to update my surface fairly quickly.
In the examples, I've seen they use two difference approaches to display some data on a Q3DSurface:
- the QItemModelSurfaceDataProxy that takes as input a QAstractItemModel as HERE;
- the QSurfaceDataProxy which takes a QSurfaceDataArray as in the Surface example.
Which approach is better suited for my purpose?
Moreover, if the model based approach is better, the link above gives as example
QItemModelSurfaceDataProxy *proxy = new QItemModelSurfaceDataProxy(customModel, QStringLiteral("longitude"), // Row role QStringLiteral("latitude"), // Column role QStringLiteral("height")); // Y-position role
How do I implement such customModel? I've read some articles about subclassing QAstractItemModel, but I couldn't find how do I create such "longitude", "latitude" and "height" roles.
Can anyone give me some help/example for doing that?