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Walking Robot Series In WPF -- Part 1: Triangles, Rectangles, And Cubes

, 3 Nov 2010 CPOL 22K 1.9K 41
Part one of a series on how to make an animated 3D robot in WPF using C# code
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Gary.Miller.WPF
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Gary Miller is a professional software developer whose clients have included Delta Air Lines, Cingular Wireless, and the Center For Disease Control. He has developed advanced graphical user interfaces for traffic control systems and medical call centers. Some animated 3D products he has developed include Field Artist and Calder4D. He has developed a Silverlight powered social networking site for music students called Field Artist Central




Calder4D is a Windows program that allows you to model and animate 3D shapes and then produces the XAML code to include those animated shapes in your own WPF applications.




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