Right now I have an application that is controlled through 2D. THis isn't a game it is quite simple but I have so many features on my software I would like it if I could somehow think of a way to make the application seem like virtual like they can spin around and select things and zoom up and use things and zoom out and just purty much be of course.. 3D!! :)
I know this will take alot of graphic designing and making a 3D engine but I Need to start somewhere.
Thanks to all who help.
PS: If I get alot of good pointers I will split points and also increase points.
Hmm... in VB it's going to be a bit harder to find resources, but here's what I'd do. Go get the DirectX 9 SDK from
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