Cant blame a guy for trying

chatGPT :

question :

“go have a look at the Babylonjs repo on github, take note of the structure of the API and then find the specific function that handles SSAO and improve it to the best of your abilities”


"As an AI language model, I don’t have the ability to access the internet or the ability to interact with code directly. However, I can give you some general guidance on how to find and improve the SSAO function in the Babylon.js codebase.

Clone the Babylon.js repository from GitHub and install all the required dependencies.

Locate the SSAO function in the codebase. It should be located in the postProcess.ts file under the “ssao2” method. You can also find the SSAO effect in the postprocess library under the “SSAO2RenderingPipeline” class.

Once you have found the SSAO function, you can experiment with adjusting the various parameters to improve the quality of the effect. Some of the parameters that you can tweak include:

The sample count
The kernel size
The intensity
The bias
The radius
You can also experiment with different sampling patterns, such as Poisson disk or Hammersley, to improve the accuracy of the SSAO effect.

Once you have made your improvements, you can test the effect by running the Babylon.js scene and observing the SSAO effect in action. If you are satisfied with the results, you can commit your changes and create a pull request to contribute your improvements back to the Babylon.js community.

It’s important to note that improving the SSAO function in Babylon.js can be a complex task that requires a deep understanding of the codebase and the underlying algorithms. Therefore, it’s recommended that you have experience with TypeScript and 3D graphics programming before attempting to modify the codebase."


I actually find this answer quite comforting :grinning:
Looks like we still have some time before this fancy thing takes it all over :stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes:

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i liked the part where it tells you to create a pull request and contribute tothe community


then also tells you that you need to know what you doing if you think you gonna work on this part of the code base!


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yeah, after all this thing is a smart ass (or it just hides from us) :laughing: