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PROC. OF THE 10th PYTHON IN SCIENCE CONF
PyStream is a static compiler that can radically transform Python code and run it on a Graphics Processing Unit (GPU). Python compiled to run on the GPU is ~100,000x faster than when interpreted on the CPU. The PyStream compiler is specially designed to simplify the development of real-time rendering systems by allowing the entire rendering system to be written in a single, highly productive language. Without PyStream, GPU-accelerated real-time rendering systems must contain two separate codefatcat:xqp4rsl4pvevhjao63tlc3fekq