Interactive 3-D Graphics in Windows is a hands-on book which uses a component software approach to help Visual C++ programmers quickly and easily develop windows-integrated, interactive 3-D graphics applications. The book includes JOEY, a 3-D user interface toolkit which addresses interaction issues not dealt with in the Microsoft User Interface Style Guide. JOEY provides a 3-D user interface, 3-D tools OLE Linking and Embedding and OLE automation within the MFC framework so that the application programmer can focus on application functionality. Using this book and JOEY, an experienced Visual C++ programmer can create an interactive 3-D application in a few hours. Roy Hall and Danielle Forsyth are the founders of Crisis in Perspective, Inc. in Portland, Oregon. Crisis in Perspective develops modeling systems for architects and building professionals which facilitate modeling and animation in the same way that word processors facilitate written document design; powerful, flexible, and extensive modeling systems for people that do not yet know exactly what they want to build.... pMainframe-agt;ShowWindow (m_ncmdShow); pMain Frame-agt;UpdateWindow(); : return TRUE; } This completes the first ... This means that there are a large number of AssBRT checks being made throughout the operation of MFC and JOEY.
|Title||:||Interactive 3D Graphics in Windows®|
|Author||:||Roy Hall, Danielle Forsyth|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|