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A Ken Burns Powered Photo Frame Control for WPF

, 16 Jun 2011 CPOL
Shows how to create a nice looking photo frame control in WPF and animate it using the Ken Burns effect
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isaks
Software Developer ABB
Sweden Sweden
My name is Isak Savo and I work as a Research Engineer at ABB Corporate Research in Västerås, Sweden. My work is focused around user experience which includes a lot of prototyping of new solutions for user interfaces and user interaction.

While I have a background in C programming in a Linux environment, my daily work is mostly spent in Windows using C# and WPF.
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