An enumeration to describe facet culling used in MeshStyle
Indicates that the back-face of a triangle should not be painted. This facet culling type can improve performance over NO_CULLING, and is recommended if you have data with correctly oriented normals.
Back-face culling can have functional benefits as well, as shown below. If you have a 3D scan of the interior of a building, you can use backface culling to see the interior while your camera is located on the outside of the mesh.
Indicates that the front-face of a triangle should not be painted. This facet culling type can improve performance over NO_CULLING.
It is not very common to cull the front-face of the triangles of your dataset, as it will make your dataset invisible from the intended viewing angle.
This facet culling mode can be used in very specialized applications, or in the case when your dataset has inverted normals.
Indicates that facet should not be culled. This will paint a mesh with both its back-face and front-face.