We're supporting multiple point-markers out of the box including Sphere, Cylinder, Pyramid, Cube and flat markers for higher performance point-clouds such as Ellipse, Quad and custom textures.
The Surface Mesh chart is an iconic 3D Chart often seen in software packages such as Mathworks Matlab, and useful to visualise data in a topographic format. With 3D Surface Mesh charts you can find the optimum combinations between two sets of data such as visualising output of Least-Squares, financial models, or other statistical data.
With full hardware-acceleration with WebGL and WebAssembly, SciChart.js will be able to handle large data-sets. In early testing it's possible to get reasonable frame-rates with height-maps 500x500 in size. Even 1000 x 1000 may be possible in the final release once we get a chance to optimise.
The SurfaceMesh will support a variety of paletting options including height-mapping (mapping a gradient brush onto values by height), solid colouring, individual cell-colouring, texturing, enabling/disabling wireframes and contours.
SciChart.js Release Date
I'm sure you're very keen to get your hands on our Webassembly / WebGL Charts and start working with them as soon as possible! We don’t have a release date just yet, but we are targeting Q3/Q4 of this year for the first release. If you’re interested to be notified when there are updates, when we have new demos or a BETA version, then subscribe to our SciChart.js mailing list by filling the form below!
About SciChart: High Performance Realtime Charts
If you have a question about what SciChart's WebGL / WebAssembly Charts can offer you, or if you would like to get a quote, please contact us. Our friendly, helpful support team will be glad to help!