January, 2007

  • WPF3D Team Blog

    Turning the Pages

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    Turning the Pages 2.0 by Armadillo Systems uses WPF3D to allow you to manipulate books in 3D space and collaborate with other readers. The British Library is using it for a few of the books in their remarkable collection. Thanks to this app, two of Leonardo...
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    Dominoken

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    For the Japanese launch of Vista, design firm Bascule used WPF3D to create something unlike any other WPF app you've seen so far. I'm not sure how to describe it other than it's kind of like the Playstation game Parappa the Rappa . Just click here to...
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    WPF3D Perf Guide for Tier 2 Hardware

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    David Teitlebaum has put together a set of perf guidelines which should help you get the most out of WPF3D on Tier 2 devices. <Disclaimer> Before you go off and implement all of the tips be sure to profile your application to find out where the...
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    New Book with WPF3D

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    Our own DanLehen has written the 3D chapter in Windows Presentation Foundation Unleashed by Adam Nathan. I believe this is the first WPF book to cover 3D so check it out! -- Jordan
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    Texture Coordinates in WPF3D

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    If you've never encountered texture coordinates before, DanLehen has a detailed introduction that you can find here . If you have used texture coordinates before in another API you may have noticed that we are a little different. Here's what you need...
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