If you’re interested in DirectX development, head on over to Channel 9, where there’s a new video about the Visual Studio 3D Starter Kit. This time, Roberto Sonnino interviews Gokhan Sengun, who’s created the Virtual Experiment Laboratory app, which is the first known app on the Windows Store that was built using the Starter Kit - at least, that wasn’t built by a Microsoft employee. :) Gohkan shares some tips on using the Starter Kit, and also some great demos of the Visual Studio Shader Designer. To learn more about the Visual Studio 3D Starter Kit, check out our previous introduction to the Starter Kit, the 3-part series on the Visual C++ blog and the accompanying video (part 1, part 2, part 3, Channel9 video), or just download the Starter Kit directly. If you’re working on an app using the Starter Kit, we’d love to hear from you. Leave us a note in the comments!