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dynamic_02

This article describes the data/samples/objects/dynamic_02.cpp sample.

The dynamic_02 sample demonstrates how to create a dynamic mesh by using the Marching cubes algorithm.

Notice
In this sample, 3D scalar fields are created asynchronously.

A dynamic mesh created by using the Marching cubes algorithm and asynchronous creation of the scalar fields

Also it shows, how to start counters for the fields and cubes in the performance profiler.

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Last update: 2019-04-30