Fundamentals of the Caduceus Edge Rendering Management System: Functional Layout (Part 1)
With the rapid growth of edge computing and blockchain technology, long-standing obstacles to the creation of decentralised rendering applications, such as latency and development costs, are gradually being resolved. At the same time, the metaverse industry is gaining momentum, and edge computing technology, exemplified by edge rendering, is gaining wider adoption. As the new infrastructure of the metaverse, edge computing is fundamental to the experience of dApp developers and miners. In this series of articles, we will explore in-depth how dApp developers and miners can gain a critical advantage using the Caduceus edge rendering system.
This first article describes the features and benefits of the Caduceus edge computing technology engine, the mining node system, decentralised dApp creation, and the Web3 app store.
As 5G networks continue to grow around the world, enabling new technologies and experiences driven by the Web3 revolution, the demand for computing power closer to the user — at the ‘edge’ of the network — is also growing, exponentially. Edge computing disassembles services traditionally handled by centralised nodes, divides them into smaller, more manageable pieces, and distributes them to edge nodes for processing. Edge nodes are closer to the network’s users, which accelerates data processing and transmission, minimises delays, increases efficiency, and strengthens security and privacy protection.
Caduceus Edge Rendering System Architecture
The Caduceus edge rendering system, with a global network of decentralised nodes running edge computing services, provides developers and consumers with quicker, more dependable services and a superior user experience.
1) Business Applications
- Big data
- Rendering (game development, animation, film and TV production)
- Decentralised gaming
- Avatars and digital twins
- Virtual Reality (VR) / Extended Reality (XR)
2) Edge Rendering Systems
- Edge computing technology engine
- Mining node system
- Decentralised dApp development
- Web3 app store
3) Edge Computing Technology Engine
- Node joining
- Application system deployment
- Rendering engine
- Edge task scheduling system
- Smart contract
- Virtual machine
- P2P network
- KAD network
Benefits of the Caduceus Edge Rendering Management System
Edge Computing Technology Engine
Continuously refined through research and development, the Caduceus edge computing engine offers developers reliable, high-speed and high-capacity optimisation of 3D environments, including graphics, special effects, animation and audio.
The Caduceus edge computing engine prioritises efficiency and capacity, using a global network of decentralised GPUs to compute, render and store edge rendering tasks, before streaming to the user’s local system. It is an industry-leading solution that enables shorter rendering cycles while drastically cutting costs and improving efficiency.
The Caduceus rendering engine has a unique architecture that enables the delivery of cutting-edge processing capabilities to users globally, significantly improving the quality of rendering services available for projects and dApps.
Mining Node System
The Caduceus edge rendering system uses a combination of automated and user verification to confirm node tasks. The mining node system allows for fast approval of rendering tasks processed correctly by the network, and the edge rendering system only delivers the final rendering results after the validation of additional node tasks.
To receive greater CMP rewards (CMP is the Caduceus blockchain native coin), nodes need to contribute more rendering power to the network. The edge rendering system is designed to provide a mining pool income, and an increase in the number of rendering nodes will increase returns for the more dominant nodes.
To allow mining nodes to play a dominant role, the Caduceus rendering system corrects for node errors by including functions in the scoring algorithm that emphasise recent performance, allowing mining nodes to optimise and upgrade themselves over time.
Decentralised dApp Development
The dApp development application in the Caduceus rendering system is fully open-source and independent. The application can be modified and upgraded based on user feedback and technological requirements, with the changes being implemented once a majority of users achieve consensus.
The incentive structure for decentralised dApp development consists of the core processes listed below, enabling anybody to see the first version of the app store in the metaverse.
The application’s data is first encrypted and then stored on the public blockchain. The dApp development application has a token mechanism (either generic tokens based on the same underlying blockchain or a new coin issued independently), and mining nodes and application maintenance nodes must be rewarded with tokens.
The creation of dApp tokens must be based on a standard cryptographic algorithm, and nodes can be rewarded with those tokens based on the algorithm. For example, the dApps with the greatest monthly and weekly activity are rewarded with incentives, and the very highest performing dApps can also receive further incentive rewards.
The Web3 app store contributes game-rendering computing power and AWS hardware resources through edge computing, which brings increased traffic and provides additional value to users.
At the same time, a well-structured dApp development incentive program helps get ideas off the ground. The program has three main elements:
1) Encourage the submission of high-quality dApp projects. The dApps that successfully pass ecosystem selection will receive development incentives and promotional support.
2) Using edge storage technology, XR applications will be deployed in the node network, with real-time processing and production of graphics data between nodes. With a push-to-the-edge rendering management system, edge rendering protocol and low latency, developers can access and interact with XR apps at any time and from any location.
3) Provide development and operational services for exceptional dApp projects, offering additional beneficial support for developers.
Web3 App Store
Developers can use Web3 app store features such as split-deployment rendering, decentralised desktop, decentralised games, decentralised applications, and more.
The developer sends a rendering task request to the network, using one of the rendering nodes as the master node rendering service. In response, the network selects at least one node (other than the master node) as the resource node for the rendering task.
The resource node generates the rendering scene, which is synchronised with the rendering scene created by the master node. The resource node then begins to execute the rendering task, and after it is completed, it sends the rendering results to the master node.
Web3 app store developers are all equal, and any node can act as a master node or a resource node in a rendering task, but it can only be one or the other. The master node publishes the rendering task and the resource node processes the rendering task. With this structure, all the nodes in the network create a large, closed-loop rendering ecosystem, which not only improves rendering performance but also enables developers to share their applications in the Web3 app store at any time.
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