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Animation technology with WEB ASSEMBLY
What is Web assembly?
It is a kind of programming language. Compiled from source code written in C language etc.
This technology enables browser to execute high-speed machine language.
Web Assembly has been developed because of the issue of slow execution speed.
Of course there were similar development cases in the past,
This language was created under the agreement of major browser vendors such as Microsoft Mozilla and Google.
It can operate with almost all browsers including Chrome (※ except IE) Windows 10 (edge) is possible
※<Some Wikipedia reference> And the language of Web Assembly itself has not been researched and developed by us.
・ Lightweight (as shown above, server down is reduced)
-High-speed start-High-speed operation-High confidentiality (The source code can not be seen) = Strong against dangerous access）
Web Assembly × Novius animation technology Use scene
New-WEB browser utilization
Unlike the conventional WEB (request for data, wait for a while and then display and then start / work), it is possible to use the Web. For example, it is easy to press the button and immediately calculate and display
Using our developed WEBASSEMBLY technology, 3D / CAD drawings can be displayed, edited and shared easily. It can be equivalent to the application on the PC that displays the drawing
If combined with AI etc., development is possible directly in the browser without contacting the server
Use video editing
Can be used in places where high speed is required, such as adding an effect when playing back a movie or playing a video that is not supported by a browser (eg, using animation technology that applies WebAssembly when the production period or delivery date of an animation production company etc. is decided Is expected to further shorten the creation period)
Game development utilization
Code written in 3D, eg OpenGL, can be viewed directly on the WEB. It can be done anywhere regardless of the terminal (only the browser works as a requirement specification)