The F#.NET Journal just published an article about 3D graphics:
"Stanford University maintain a database of 3D models, perhaps the most famous of which is the Stanford Bunny. This is a 3D scan of a statue of a rabbit. The tesselated version contains 65,000 triangles and is stored as plain text in a PLY file. This article describes a program that embeds the mesh data as an embedded resource in a .NET assembly, parses it at run-time and visualizes the results in 3D using Windows Presentation Foundation..."
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