Someone else may know a simpler way. But one approach would be
to define a class that implements the DisplayListener interface
and pass an instance to the addDisplayListener() method of your
DisplayImpl. Then in the displayChanged() method of your
DisplayListener, count DisplayEvent.FRAME_DONE events against
On Mon, 25 Jul 2005, [ISO-8859-15] Julia Löcherbach wrote:
> I used VisAD for a little program for 3D visualisation of biological data.
> And it works great!
> Now I was wondering if there is a way to determine/measure the frame rates
> of the three dimensional display (i.e. while zooming)?
> Thanks in advance,