I have been learning cuda ( https://docs.nvidia.com/cuda/ ), which is nvidia's gpgpu C++ libraries and it's great but there is one problem.

I want to do some graphics but cuda doesn't offer any "draw to screen/back-buffer" commands, does anyone know of any library I can use to draw graphics from kernels? (if you dont know what a kernel is, follow the link above)

additional info: I have a Geforce MX150

  • This doesn't seems to be asking for a software recommendation. – Alejandro May 22 '19 at 14:46
  • the definition of software is "a set of computer instructions", that means libraries are software since they are made of computer instructions. – GideonMax May 22 '19 at 16:58

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