Marker Tracking in Babylon.js



  • The technology that most directly underpins webpiling is WebAssembly. The details are best explained on the official site, but for our purposes you can think of WebAssembly as being a kind of platform, like x86 or ARM, in that you can compile native libraries to be executed from this format. The output of this compilation process is a .wasm file, which can then be loaded and called from JavaScript in order to run natively-implemented functions in a browser. WebAssembly has a number of benefits, but the two that are most important for webpiling are (1) it’s a logical output format for native library implementations and (2) it runs very, very fast.

    Read the article: https://medium.com/@babylonjs/marker-tracking-in-babylon-js-ce99490be1dd


 

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