Book Errata Page: WPF 3d

[WPF 3d]

This is the errata page for my book WPF 3D, Three-Dimensional Graphics with WPF and C#. If you find mistakes, please post them here in the “Leave a Reply” box at the bottom of the page. I will moderate them and fix them in new copies of the book.

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77 Just before the attenuation equation, the text “is multiplied by” should be “is divided by.”


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Rod Stephens is a software consultant and author who has written more than 30 books and 250 magazine articles covering C#, Visual Basic, Visual Basic for Applications, Delphi, and Java.
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6 Responses to Book Errata Page: WPF 3d

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  4. Martin says:

    On page 45, fourth paragraph you write about the concept “bimetric projection” whereas the term “dimetric projection” used in other places in the chapter.

  5. Martin says:

    Here is a few more:

    Page 45, fifth paragraph,: Second sentance is “To make a trimetric projection in WPF, …” should probably be “To make a isometric projection in WPF, …”

    On Page 58 sixth paragraph it says
    “They use the CartesianToSpherical and CartesianToSpherical methods…”
    it should probably be
    “They use the CartesianToSpherical and SphericalToCartesian methods…”

    Page 90, NOTE-box furthest down the page. “In Part II od the book” should probably be “In Part II of the book”.

    Chapter 34 does not have the chapter number in the page headers.

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