What Is a Remote Rendering Session

Remote rendering session definition

Remote rendering works by offloading complex rendering tasks to the cloud. These rendering tasks cannot be done by any server because most cloud servers do not have GPUs. Due to the amount of data involved, and the rigid requirement to produce results at interactive frame rates, the responsibility of which server handles which user requests cannot be handed off directly to another computer, as is the case with more common web traffic.
This means that when using remote rendering, a cloud server with the necessary hardware capabilities must be reserved exclusively to handle rendering requests. "Session" refers to everything related to interaction with this server. It starts with the initial request to reserve (lease) the computer for your use, then execute all the commands to load and manipulate the model, and finally release the lease on the cloud server.

Manage remote rendering sessions

(1) Animation rendering
E-HPC supports large-scale multi-machine concurrent services, and is used for graphics rendering in the film and television animation industry.

(2) Weather forecast
E-HPC combines numerical model calculation and analysis of meteorological data and environmental data, and can predict meteorological information such as weather and environment.

(3) Energy exploration
E-HPC can help the exploration industry to analyze exploration data, analyze and simulate the geological structure of the exploration area, so as to accurately find the location of resources.

What Is a Remote Rendering Session

(4) Life Sciences
Bioinformatics: Use E-HPC to sequence a large number of biological genomes to obtain genomic information and data analysis results to solve difficult problems in the field of biology and medicine.
Dynamics simulation: Use E-HPC to perform large-scale molecular dynamics simulations to predict and analyze the interactions and changes between biological protein molecules and lipid molecules.
New drug development: E-HPC helps developers achieve rapid concurrent processing of a large number of small molecule libraries.

(5) Scientific research education
E-HPC can provide supercomputing services to the government, universities and supercomputing centers for numerical simulation and simulation verification in the research process. Allowing educational experts and scientific researchers to focus on the basic research of the discipline, saving the time of learning and mastering the knowledge of processors and supercomputing.

(6) Simulation manufacturing
The manufacturing industry can use high-performance and elastic computing clusters to assist in the analysis of complex engineering structures and mechanical structures, and optimize product structure and performance through massive data simulations. The simulation manufacturing involved in E-HPC includes smart cars, aerospace, mechanical construction and so on.

Manage multiple sessions simultaneously

Unable to fully connect to multiple sessions from one device. However, any number of sessions can be created, observed, and closed from a single application. As long as the app isn't meant to be connected to a session, it doesn't need to be running on a device such as the HoloLens 2. Use cases implemented in this class can be used if a central mechanism is desired to control the session. For example, you can build a web app that allows multiple tablets and HoloLens devices to log into it. The app can then display options on the tablet, such as the CAD model to display. If the user chooses, this information is communicated to all HoloLens devices to create a shared experience.

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