My previous post introduced a simple, but very powerful custom WPF control called a Planerator. That post contained some screenshots, but there's nothing like a live demo. So here's an XBAP demonstrating the Planerator in action. Click on "Go" to start it animating on its own. Or adjust the angles yourself. Note that the content inside the Planerator remains interactive throughout.
This is a .NET 3.5 application, so you need the latest 3.5 runtime, which you can get here. One could consider writing this in 3.0 with the 3D Tools package... that's an exercise left for the reader :-).
I've also updated the source code drop for the Planerator control and some example uses of it.
There were some comments on the last post that I'd like to address here:
Next post is on some of the implementation details that users of Planerator needn't concern themselves with.