WPF and Bling

Here is one of the coolest applications of WPF ever: Bling. It’s a completely new way to leverage the WPF platform for high-performance graphics development. Bling experiments with a programming model that combines the ease of programming provided by a retained graphics model with the flexibility and performance provided by custom pixel and vertex shaders….

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WPF samples now available at Code Gallery

In past versions of our Visual Studio and .NET Framework documentation, you may have experienced frustration when you tried to access our WPF sample code. No more. We’ve picked the best samples, hoisted them out of the docs, updated them for Visual Studio 2010, and uploaded them to Code Gallery: WPF Documentation Samples. You’ll see…

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Fun with brainwaves, part 2

As I promised in Fun with brainwaves, part 1, I’ve written a little WPF application that displays realtime data from Emotiv’s Epoc neuroheadset. It’s a very simple monitoring app, named WPFEmotivClient, that displays the data stream from either EmoComposer or Emotiv Control Panel. The idea is to demonstrate that WPF can consume and display Epoc…

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