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Laurent Bugnion (GalaSoft) Diary of a Code Trotter
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In WPF, one of the best know effects is the "reflection" effect, where a scene reflects itself dynamically. It's a very cool feature, because it's really easy to realize, and it allows to reflect images, but also videos or other User Interface scenes. The key to this is to use a VisualBrush. Silverlight is not exactly as powerful as WPF, and doesn't have VisualBrush, but it has ImageBrush and VideoBrush, both of them allowing cool media reflection effects (these brushes can also be used for other things!).


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Posted on Friday, April 4, 2008 4:00 PM Technical stuff , .NET , Silverlight , Expression Blend , .NET 3.5 , Work | Back to top


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