Just a thought:
I’m a gamer and I’ve been testing game-streaming services like Google Stadia and Nvidia GForce Now the past few weeks.
For those unaware of what these do: the actual game code is run on high-spec servers with huge GPU arrays “in the cloud” and the resulting video/sound is streamed to your client at home.
I have to say, I’m pretty impressed: I consistently get 50-60fps and input lag is negligible.
The obvious advantage is not needing to invest in a PC rig capable of running these games on high graphics settings.
This got me thinking: it would be perfectly possible to run Blender in the same way and stream the user interface to a client. This would enable an ordinary user with low-end hardware to run Blender and render projects on high-spec hardware. I’d be interested in this type of service.