You launch RhinoCloud Ultimate. A subscription version of Rhino that runs on the cloud, in a cheap and slow computer. And it’s basically just Rhino PLUS an extra toolbar with all the tests commands. So that’s the cutting edge, the newest tech, the more forward thinking 3D for true innovators.
Of course, those test commands they don’t just run. They get sent to another cloud computer, one that is a little faster, nothing fancy, but decent. And that computer sends the results back to your slow and crappy cloud instance. And for this to happen the user needs to buy and use Rhino Credits. So you charge your customer extra money for running the commands in the software you are already charging them to use. Also because you do some switcharoo of computers and you are running test commands that produce results that look like shit, you need to spin it somehow, to make the shit results from those commands be a desirable thing. You say that those turds of bad geometry are very special, they are “AI-generated”
I don’t think anyone has ever those that yet, right?