Windows 8 is being promoted as a source of unique 3d rendering capabilities in the Metro style applications.
The new tools that come with Metro are touted as being able to provide some of the most impressive and immersive graphics on personal computers.
Developers are going to have a lot to learn regarding rendering 3d graphics in Windows 8.
In Windows 8, you can write a Metro style game using the Direct3D API for a high performance 3D experience.
In this video from the BUILD conference, Chas Boyd of Microsoft talks about 3d applications in Windows 8.
It’s from MSDN.
If you’re a Windows 8 developer you will want to watch this…