Mathematics and Physics for Programmers (Game Development Series) Many programmers frequently have limited backgrounds in the mathematics and physics needed for game development or other complex applications. Sooner or later, all programmers run into coding issues that will require an understanding of mathematics or physics concepts like collision detection, 3D vectors, transformations, game theory, or basic... Microsoft Expression Blend Unleashed Microsoft Expression Blend Unleashed is about learning a new tool for designers, but also learning a new mindset for developers. Expression Blend enables the delivery of rich interactive applications, for the web as well as the desktop, allowing you to take graphical assets and blend them with functional .NET code through the power of XAML... Microsoft Visual Basic: Game Programming for Teens If you have basic programming experience, this book is your ideal guide for writing games using Visual Basic .NET and Managed DirectX 9. This Second Edition includes almost entirely new coverage. While coverage of game design and 2D artwork remain, this edition includes more detailed coverage of the DirectX game code and utilizes the free Visual...
ShaderX2: Introductions and Tutorials with DirectX 9.0 This book is a collection of articles that explain the foundations of
shader programming, from the High Level Shading Language and
version 3.0 shader models to shadow mapping and stencil shadow
volumes. The following provides a brief overview of these articles:
Jason L. Mitchell and Craig Peeper, one of the creators of HLSL
Isometric Game Programming with DirectX 7.0 w/CD Isometric Game Programming with DirectX takes you from zero to DirectX, literally! Beginning with game programming basics you will explore such topics as WIN32 programming basics, GDI fundamentals, fonts, regions and bitmaps, DirectDraw, and Game Logic. You'll then move on to Isometric fundamentals and methodology as well as advanced topics such as... Windows Game Programming with Visual Basic and DirectX
I’ve been fascinated by computer games for years. Some of my first experiences date back to
the late 1960s when I was in junior high school. I was allowed to skip math class once a
week to use an old teletype terminal. I spent hours punching a tic-tac-toe game written in
BASIC onto paper tape so that I could play it when I...
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