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    Archviz running in a browser

    Hi there

    I´m looking for examples of archviz running in a browser to see what kind of quality that is possible.

    I you should know of any links like that please share, thanx.

    Best regards
    -David

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    https://www.shapespark.com/
    http://rag3dviz.com/

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      #3
      That quality isn't worth it imo... they say ''Physically accurate lighting''... it looks like sketchup illumination to me...

      Better off streaming a max quality unreal scene over the net. Like I've done with this test scene : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ikNJLJIcuPA
      Last edited by heartlessphil; 09-23-2015, 10:56 AM.

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        #4
        Originally posted by heartlessphil View Post

        Better off streaming a max quality unreal scene over the net.
        I'm not ready to bet all my chips on streaming. That demo from Shapespark loaded up very fast and ran very smooth. Whereas streaming an HD video with interactivity is megs upon megs of constant data coming in. Relying on very fast internet and a flawless connection (with unlimited data plans) is asking for problems when trying to use this approach for every situation. And latent touch response feels nasty.

        Of course for some clients and specific circumstances it is a great way to have the highest quality.
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          #5
          Hey guys

          Thanx for your replies and for the links.
          I am glad to see that it set of some different opinions and solutions.

          Best regards
          David

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            #6
            Hello

            Thank you for mentioning us (Shapespark) and for constructive opinions. If anyone is interested here is a larger and more recent in-browser visualization done in our tool: http://ticketyview.shapespark.com/pa...a-frontage-v4/

            Best regards,
            Wojciech

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              #7
              Originally posted by wmat View Post
              Hello

              Thank you for mentioning us (Shapespark) and for constructive opinions. If anyone is interested here is a larger and more recent in-browser visualization done in our tool: http://ticketyview.shapespark.com/pa...a-frontage-v4/

              Best regards,
              Wojciech
              You guys are doing a great job in presenting Real time Experience on web browser. keep up the good work. Best of luck.
              http://rag3dviz.com/

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                #8
                Originally posted by wmat View Post
                Hello

                Thank you for mentioning us (Shapespark) and for constructive opinions. If anyone is interested here is a larger and more recent in-browser visualization done in our tool: http://ticketyview.shapespark.com/pa...a-frontage-v4/

                Best regards,
                Wojciech
                Yes, very nice work. Your demo seems to use anti-aliasing, how do you make it work in the browser?

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by wmat View Post
                  Hello

                  Thank you for mentioning us (Shapespark) and for constructive opinions. If anyone is interested here is a larger and more recent in-browser visualization done in our tool: http://ticketyview.shapespark.com/pa...a-frontage-v4/

                  Best regards,
                  Wojciech
                  The page never loaded for me. :/

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by rranon View Post
                    Yes, very nice work. Your demo seems to use anti-aliasing, how do you make it work in the browser?
                    About 70% of WebGL devices have native support for MSAA while rendering directly to screen (see 'SAMPLES' chart at http://webglstats.com/), on remaining devices we fall-back to FXAA. For archviz scenes, that often have detailed geometry with narrow gaps between objects, FXAA has considerably lower quality than MSAA.

                    Originally posted by RI3DVIZ View Post
                    The page never loaded for me. :/
                    Can you share what browser and OS are you using? Do other WebGL sites work for you (like http://threejs.org/examples/)?

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                      #11
                      Internet explorer Win 8.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by RI3DVIZ View Post
                        Internet explorer Win 8.
                        On Windows 8, IE 10 does not support WebGL. IE 11 supports it, although the support is not yet as good as in Firefox or Chrome.

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