With new version of LightningChart JS 2.2. published, we informed you that there’s some serious performance improvements done. And we’re really proud to state that especially in 3D charts performance, the difference is huge. These really are High-Performance 3D Charts.
How did we measure it?
Performance was measured in an application where new data is added on each frame. The amount of data added on each frame is controlled so that the number of frames rendered per second is roughly 60 (FPS = 60). Thus, the performance indicator is “how many data points can be added each second”, the higher the number the better.
LightningChart JS v2.2 significantly upgrades the performance of 3D Point and 3D Line Series (over 1000x faster processing and rendering!), enabling data-visualization applications with massive rates of incoming live data. And what this means for the end user eventually is, that for example in Point Series 3D, high end PC can dynamically add new data in 100 kHz frequency to the chart, while keeping a stable frame rate of 60 fps (frames per second) and a smooth user experience for interacting with the chart. These really are high-performance 3D Charts.
Check Performance comparison here
Performance demo (with added 3D charts)
3D charts real-time performance benchmark (in GitHub)