3D Capabilities in Silverlight 3
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by Sergey Zwezdin
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Conclusion

The Silverlight 3 possibilities to work with 3D objects have been considered and explain in this article. As it was visible, Silverlight 3 does not support work with high-grade 3D-objects, but allows the building of 3D projections of 2D-objects.

It is enough that there are these possibilities for construction of beautiful animations in the majority business applications. If it is not enough, it is necessary to use a more powerful platform - Windows Presentation Foundation.

All examples of code are also accessible to download.


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Title: Silverlight 3D   
Name: I. Ivanov
Date: 2010-07-21 8:15:25 PM
Comment:
Hello. You can try our new Silverlight component for 3D visualization. We support many features common to the modern 3D engines and the rendering is fast. You can load your 3DS files with a single step. If you are interested go to http://postvision.net/SilverMotion/Demos.aspx to see some demos ;)
Title: Software Engineer   
Name: Sai
Date: 2009-12-20 11:41:53 PM
Comment:
It really helped me a lot, Thanks for your effort.
Title: Iulian   
Name: Iulian
Date: 2009-10-21 2:33:26 PM
Comment:
Very good tutorial. Anyway I have a question. How can I combine the next scenarious: When the button is clicked then the grid will zoom in 10% and after is RotationY=180 after the rotation is complet the zoom is coming back from 90% to 100%. Do you have an example for this? Thank you
Title: Jeroen   
Name: Jeroen
Date: 2009-07-14 8:57:51 AM
Comment:
Thanks, was looking for this as a beginning in Silverlight since I found out that 3D Direct X programming (or even XNA) will consume to much time and will not produce a product which makes me happy since

I hope in the next Silverlight they also allow 3DMax/DirectX x objects and animation to it. That would make it very interesting for small game dev. For example a web remake of Doom.

Thanks for the article. It is good, solid an easy to read.
Title: Idea   
Name: Daniel
Date: 2009-07-13 4:31:24 AM
Comment:
Quick way to show 3d features in silverlight3. Quick, helpful and easy :)
nice!
Title: Good work!   
Name: Manish Kumar
Date: 2009-07-03 1:47:20 AM
Comment:
Great article and useful for me
Title: Nice work   
Name: Mohammad Reza Pazooki
Date: 2009-06-30 10:59:42 PM
Comment:
I think we will see a great enhancement in web graphic.

good job Sergey Zwezdin






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