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cluster for rendering

Discussion in 'Cluster Computing' started by tbutterfly, Oct 4, 2013.

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    does anyone know a cluster for rendering 3d image? what software to use?
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    tbutterfly, Oct 4, 2013 IP
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  2. oneilonline

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    I set this up for a customer long, long time ago for 2D and 3D rendering for movie animation. I used clustered linux servers. Google is your freind ;)
     
    oneilonline, Jan 6, 2014 IP
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    PS3 supercomputer clusters are actually the best out there but here's a wonderful build I use in scientific computing and I also rent out space on 3d rendering -- http://helmer.sfe.se/. Let me know if that helps you -- there's also the option of turning it into a research project and using the BOINC software to have people use their idle machine time on your project
     
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    Can your cluster be configured to resolve cryptpographic hashes, i.e., cryptocurrency protocols? Obviously, I'm not referring to SHA-256 or scrypt since there are far superior ASIC devices out there. I am referring to the lesser known hashes like Keccak, Grostl or CubeHash (or multiple combinations). How cost-efficient would it be? Or is it even realistic?

    OP, apologies for hijacking this thread.
     
    Equatorial, May 7, 2015 IP