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Rotating WPF Content in 3D Space

, 22 Mar 2009 CPOL
Introducing ContentControl3D: a control that makes it easy to incorporate 3D flips into any WPF user interface.
thriple-18939.zip
Thriple
ContentControl3D_Demo
ContentControl3D_Demo.csproj.vspscc
Properties
Samples
Images
Compass.png
Fish1.jpg
Fish2.jpg
Grant.jpg
HawaiianBay.jpg
HawaiianBayAtSunrise.jpg
JoshSmith.jpg
OuterSpace.jpg
Party.jpg
SexyWoman.jpg
Spaceship1.jpg
Spaceship2.jpg
TakeItEasy.jpg
TravelDestination.jpg
Water.jpg
Panel3D_Demo
Panel3D_Demo.csproj.vspscc
Properties
Thriple.vssscc
Thriple
Class Diagrams
ControlControl3D.cd
Panel3D.cd
Controls
Internal
Easing
Panels
Internal
Properties
Themes
Thriple.csproj.vspscc
WpfDisciplesBlogRoll3D
Images
background.jpg
bill.jpg
brennon.bmp
disciples.png
drwpf.png
josh.jpg
karl.jpg
laurent.jpg
marlon.jpg
mike.jpg
pavan.jpg
rudi.jpg
sacha.jpg
search.png
Properties
WpfDisciplesBlogRoll3D.csproj.vspscc

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Josh Smith
Software Developer (Senior) Cynergy Systems
United States United States
Josh creates software, for iOS and Windows.
 
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