DirectX 10 is the 10th version of Microsoft's DirectX API, which is used to develop and handle tasks related to Multimedia, such as game programming, 3D visualizations and video on Microsoft platforms.

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simplest way of making a sphere roll in a realistic way

rather than just moving a sphere across a plane, I want to make it roll like a ball. What is the simplest way of doing this? I assume it will have something to do with the circumference of the ball ...
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Pass large array to pixel shader

I am trying to write a Pixelshader for a curve effect in Direct2d. A curve effect maps each color channel value to a different value by using a look up table. For this effect I would need to pass 3 ...
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Where is my memory leak coming from? [closed]

This is a long shot ... but I'm going to paste in my code to see if anyone can figure out where my memory leak is coming from. It's a lot of code... so I advise you NOT to bother answering this ...
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How can I implement a renderer that can draw many kinds of primitives?

This is somewhat linked to a question I previously asked concerning the drawing of indexed primitives. My problem was that I was only drawing one cube when I wanted to draw many. I was told that the ...
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XNA or SlimDX (DirectX 10) for multitouch rhythm game simulator

I'm looking to develop a multitouch rhythm game in C#. It is aimed to be a simulator for an existing arcade game, similar to this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TAiNNpA3wwg So far, I've decided on ...
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what is the absolute simplest way to add physics to a simple 3D game

This physics does not have to be very complex at all. There are a number of rectangles and one ball, all of which have the appropriate bounding volumes constrained to them, it would be great if the ...
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How can I draw many objects on screen instead of just one?

Like many beginner graphics programmers I followed a tutorial which showed me how to set up buffer descriptions and fill out the vertex buffer etc... - the steps involved in drawing a simple indexed ...