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Loop3D, a new Silverlight 3D Behavior June 23, 2010

Posted by Jose Luis Latorre Millas in 3D, behavior, Silverlight.
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Loop3D is a a Silverlight Design Interaction Pattern for 3D Interaction – In this case the effect/behavior provided is a3D Loop – a continuous – animation  on the three Axis, X, Y, Z which enables us to turn an element on a certain speed and easing over a concrete axis.

It is inspired trying to implement a planet and its satellites movement which turn around the planet at different speeds and angles. Anyway it can be used to whatever effect you consider, a halo system, etc..

It has been designed to be used together with the other 3D Behaviors, that have been published at the Expression Gallery, including this one:

You can see how it helps implement different effects at the Expression gallery.

You can also check how this and the other mentioned effects look when used together in a consistent way here: http://www.bcndev.net

I’d like to see or hear if you do like this behavior(s) and if you have used them in any design/implementation or whatever you might have done with them 🙂

Also, if you like this behavior it would be appreciated if you give me some stars at the expression gallery. My thanks!

As for the code, you have it at the Expression Gallery, http://gallery.expression.microsoft.com/en-us/Loop3d

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