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Hi,

we are looking for a performant solution to display 2d (bitmap) images acquired from a 200+ fps live camera. Is it possible to use a mechanism from the charts to just display the images.
If possible we want hardware accelerated rendering and mouse drag and zoom. Since our dev-team is very new to SciChart any hints in the right direction would be appreciated,

Best,
MP

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Hi Markus,

Sorry for the abnormally long delay in replying to this.

In SciChart WPF v5 (which is in BETA now) we hae a new method added to our RenderContext API: RenderContext.DrawTexture()

This, in combination with our CustomRenderableSeries API would allow you to create a series which draws a custom image onto the chart. It’s very fast, we use it internally for our own Heatmap type which is able to draw at 60FPS.

If you require further information on how this could work, please contact sales and we will be glad to help.

Best regards,
Andrew

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