I was wondering if there are any binaries for OpenGL enabled PyCUDA for Windows 10. My understanding (thanks, Andreas) is that it I will probably need to build it on my own. Since I never did that, I went online and found some resources here (https://stackoverflow.com/questions/19634073/pip-install-pycuda-on-windows) with the source code from here (https://files.pythonhosted.org/packages/5e/3f/5658c38579b41866ba21ee1b502...). Specifically:1. Downloaded the source code from pythonhosted and untarred it.2. On the main folder I ran:>> python configure.py3. Then I went to siteconf.py and enabled OpenGL on line 9:CUDA_ENABLE_GL = True4. Finally I ran the commands:>> python setup.py build>> python setup.py install
After that, I tried to open PyCUDA in an IPython window and got:ModuleNotFoudError: No module named 'pycuda._driver'And obviously no pycuda.gl either.
I actually have a MSVC working and the CUDA toolkit successfully installed. I was running PyCUDA successfully on miniconda till I ran the stackoverflow suggestion. Now PyCUDA is broken and I can't recover from that yet. When I do recover, I would like to try something else if possible and if any of you can help me, that would be great.
My application involves collecting some data from a digitizer, uploading and doing some number crunching using a Titan V with PyCUDA and displaying the result through the OpenGL interoperability capacity. So far, I have been pulling the result out of the Titan V, building the image in the CPU and displaying it. For a 128x128 pixel image, I get something like 5 Hz refresh rate and I hope to speed it up to 20 Hz or higher by using the interoperability module. I am using Python 3.7.1 and VS 2017 version 15.9.8.
Thanks for any insights you may have.Cordially,Fabio.