Generally, CUDA is used for GPGPU purposes, as the compiler will generate the PTX pseudo instructions to be execution/interpreted on the GPU.
And OpenGL is altogether based on the standard OpenGL interface, and all functions calling/parameters passing will ultimately get mmap to the GPU’s memory (via the nvidia kernel module). Correct?
My question is whether it is possible to write PTX instructions and somehow get it mmap into the OpenGL interface, to be executed as PTX instruction stream.
Sorry for this mad-man’s mumbling…