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Lightsmark application was designed to measure computer performance with next generation 3D engine.
Computers get faster, but rendering more polygons doesn’t add value if lighting looks faked, so insiders know that the next big thing is proper lighting aka Realtime Global Illumination. Typical workloads in realtime rendering will shift. Lightsmark simulates it.
Global Illumination renders often take hours. Is your computer fast enough for realtime?
Before Lightsmark, realtime global illumination was limited to small scenes, small resolutions, small speeds, specially crafted scenes with handmade optimizations.
Lightsmark breaks all limits at once, running in reasonably sized scene (220000 triangles) in high resolution (1680×1050) at excellent speed (100-400fps). Lighting is computed fully automatically in original unmodified scene from 2007 game World of Padman, not tweaked for Lightsmark and with all sorts of geometrical difficulties, with extra rooms hidden below floor etc.
Here are some key features of “Lightsmark”:
￭ realtime global illumination
￭ realtime penumbra shadows
￭ realtime color bleeding
￭ infinite light bounces
￭ fully dynamic HDR lighting
￭ 220000 triangles in scene
￭ 200-300 average fps (GF8800)
￭ fully moddable, data and source code in install directory
￭ x86/x64 CPU with SSE
￭ OpenGL 2.0 compliant GPU with 32 MB RAM
￭ supported: NVIDIA GeForce 5xxx, 6xxx, 7xxx, 8xxx (including GeForce Go) with October 2007 or newer drivers!
￭ supported: AMD/ATI Radeon 9500-9800, Xxxx, X1xxx, HD2xxx, HD3xxx (including Mobility Radeon) with October 2007 or newer drivers!
￭ supported: subset of workstation families FireGL, Quadro
Note: other vendors don’t have OpenGL 2.0 GPUs, older drivers are not compliant
￭ 512 MB RAM
￭ 100 MB free disk space
￭ .NET Framework
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This tool measures how fast your computer can handle realtime global illumination. This performance measurement includes not only graphics card performance, but includes all relevant system performance and can measure you computer as a whole.
Lightsmark has been accepted in the IEGR Annual Compute Contest 2010, which is a recognition of a tool’s high-level usefulness for world-wide engineering and research projects.
The FAQ contains information about how to report problems, how to install, setup and use Lightsmark, how to get a.pdf-version of the install and usage manual and tips and tricks in using Lightsmark.
For the download and installation of Lightsmark, please go to the Lightsmark page.
Write your e-mail to: email@example.com
Lightsmark development is purely community driven. Everyone can participate: be it through bug reports or patches, beta testing or simply sending to Lightsmark.
Lightsmark is developed by Lightsmark. The development team consists of students from the Leiden University and Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (the university of Stichting Lightsmark and Lightsmark).
Developers are still looking for more power in their computer, and are looking for ways to improve Lightsmark. This needs dedicated developing time.
If you have any problem, questions or suggestions, please send them to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
And if you found a bug, please report it to: email@example.com.
Thanks for your time!
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Lightsmark is the first realtime global illumination solution, with dynamic penumbra and raytraced shadows that are used to mimic physically based light transport in realtime.
Lightsmark is based on raytracing technology that is used in all realtime raytracing tools. However, Lightsmark is capable of accurately and realistically computing global illumination for a much larger scene than realtime raytracers can.
The algorithm uses an indirect lighting model where light bounces on surfaces and is attenuated in diffuse and specular way on reflective surfaces.
In newer shaders, indirect lighting is computed as a scattered global illumination, so Lightsmark may seem to still be kind of limited in dynamic reflectivity, specularity, and indirect lighting models. However, Lightsmark can handle all that very well, and can be fully moddable.
Conversions between 4th gen. BSPs from the 2007 game, H3D standard and shaders are fully supported, and Lightsmark can be turned into H3D, HLT and LTBS export format.
Lightsmark is easy to use and requires no changes to project or game source code. Instead, it requires 5 lines of user code to change lighting settings in game: one to specify scene distance, one to specify light type, two to specify maximum number of bounces and maximum attenuation.
World of Padman 2007 Game Scene:
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Demo/Download Lightsmark Demo.zip (11.9 MB)
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Lightsmark measures the fastest way to render a certain scene.
First, it runs a demo of 25 seconds to get running time, then renders the scene for a few minutes at high resolution and repeats it as many times as you want.
Then it measures how long it takes to render the same scene with Lightsmark.
Lightsmark verifies that the scene is fully rendered at high quality (without “parallax”) before measuring.
Of course, Lightsmark measures the ordinary way, the way everyone uses: rendering a high resolution scene with sufficient quality. Lightsmark doesn’t optimise anything, except for validating the scene.
Difference between Lightsmark and GPU profiler:
LightProfiler, oglperf, glxgears and other similar tools measure the time a part of the system spends. They don’t measure “how fast is your system” nor “how well does your system do”.
Lightsmark will show you “fast is enough”, which graphics card can simulate a certain computer at a certain quality.
Because Lightsmark’s scene is an OpenGL ES scene (formally O3D scene) and can be used for an arbitrary scene, Lightsmark is not limited to primitive-count benchmarks.
Other tools measure what your system can do at a certain quality.
Lightsmark is limited by scene rendering time, while other graphics card profiling tools show only the rendered output.
You can compare graphics card results with Lightsmark using timestamps in the scene.
Lightsmark’s scene’s are high resolution, so they often won’t fit on other graphics cards. Lightsmark’s unique approach to GPU profiling makes up for this by reporting useful information about the graphics card itself.
Think of it like an interactive console, when your graphics card’s information is displayed.
Lightsmark is a full-fledged simulation of the workload of a modern workstation, with fully dynamic HDR lighting with infinite light bounces, penumbra shadows, color bleeding, and more.
It handles things like dynamic deferred rendering in the graphics pipeline, and advanced optimization by pattern matching and neural networks.
How did it come about?
The first Lightsmark version (v0.1.1) was made by michaelmiya, and published on October 10, 2007.
Over the last 7 years, Lightsmark has been developed through open
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This project was started before the release of summer 2008 drivers by Jeff Schimmer.
Lightsmark is distributed under the permissive MIT license.
See the attached project description
See the attached forum thread
See the attached forum thread
To install Lightsmark is fairly straight forward. Download the.zip file from the attached link, run Lightsmark.bat, and press F1 for more details.
You must have the nVidia OpenGL v2.0 compatible drivers for Windows XP or Windows Vista, 32/64-bit.
There are three prerequisites for Lightsmark:
￭ OpenGL 2.0 hardware acceleration
￭ source code
￭ DirectX 10 hardware acceleration, or OpenGL 3.3 hardware acceleration
DirectX 10 or OpenGL 3.3 hardware acceleration
Install DirectX 10 or OpenGL 3.3 software separately
Then rerun Lightsmark and patch the program to enable Lightsmark detection
Unpack Lightsmark, launch patching script, and patching will take couple hours.
Note! This project is not affiliated with NVIDIA. Lightsmark is a pure Microsoft program under MIT license.
During Lightsmark development, Jeff Schimmer tested, hacked, and commented NVIDIA’s realtime global illumination code and described the new features, as well as the problems. Any claims of originality or breaking the latest proprietary drivers by NVIDIA are bogus and come from incompetent, clueless or unauthorized persons.
Lightsmark is not a NVIDIA program, and is fully compatible with non-NVIDIA GPUs. It is fully compatible with NVIDIA SLI (nVidia doubles, triples, quadruples, quintuples the performance for up to four machines).
Read the README-Lightsmark for information on the software requirements and installation instructions.
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Jeff Schimmer is interested in implementing some advanced features, including support for animation and glossy materials, and to make it more flexible.
￭ realtime global illumination (Alex Sverdlov)
￭ support for 1 or 4x SLI (Scott Dobson)
￭ ability to manually manage console area (Scott Dobson)
￭ support for per-light shadows (
OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
Processor: Intel Dual Core (2GHz or higher), 2Gigs of RAM or better
Graphics: DirectX 10 compatible video card (256MB or higher)
Network: Internet connection
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