Building a Simple 3D Engine with Silverlight

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 09 Feb 2009 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Even if you intend only to use existing 3D engines in your applications, it always helps to understand how they work. Vlad hopes that you 'take the red pill', and learn how to render three-dimensional objects with C# in Silverlight without the use of any pre-existing 3D engine....

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