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Introduction to WPF 3D

Posted By: Amit Mehra     Posted Date: April 08, 2010    Points: 2   Category :WPF
The basic idea of creating 3D graphics is to have a three dimensional model of an object. Because our screen is only two dimensional, we define a camera that takes a picture of the object. The picture is a projection of the object to a planar surface. This projection is rendered into an bitmap by the 3D rendering engine. The engine determines the color for every pixel by calculating the amount of light that is reflected by any light sources to the projection surface by the objects in the 3D space.

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