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Increase Performances when Using D3DImage in WPF

, 18 Sep 2010
Increase Performances when Using D3DImage in WPF
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jmix90
Software Developer http://wpf-france.fr
France (Metropolitan) France (Metropolitan)
Jonathan creates software, mostly with C#,WPF and XAML.

He really likes to works on every Natural User Interfaces(NUI : multitouch, touchless, etc...) issues.



He is awarded Microsoft MVP in the "Client Application Development" section since 2011.
 

You can check out his WPF/C#/NUI/3D blog http://www.jonathanantoine.com.

He is also the creator of the WPF French community web site : http://wpf-france.fr.

Here is some videos of the projects he has already work on :
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