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WPF Surface Charts

Render 3D Surface and Contour Charts in WPF

With ComponentOne Chart3D for WPF you can create professional looking 3D surface charts with options for contour levels and zones.

  • Deliver the highest performance charting possible with Direct3D rendering
  • Rotate the chart to any angle, show tooltips, chart legend and more
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Why Choose Chart3D for WPF?

Data in 3D

Graph Your Data in 3D

Visualize your business or scientific data along three dimensions. Add contour levels, zoning, labels, a legend, and more in WPF.

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Fast, High Performance Rendering

With Direct3D rendering available in Chart3D, your charts will look and perform great.

Capture Different Gestures

Intuitive Interaction

Create fast and functional three-dimensional surface charts that users can intuitively interact with by dragging their mouse.

WPF 3D Chart Key Features

Six Surface and Contour Chart Types

The Chart3D control supports six different surface and contour chart types. To start, you can choose among a variety of wireframed, contoured, and shaded chart types. Customize whether zones and meshes appear along each axis.

High Performance Direct3D Rendering

Deliver the highest performance charting possible with DirectX rendering. The WPF Chart 3D control supports a Direct3D render mode, which takes advantage of hardware acceleration features supported by your graphics card. With DirectX rendering, you can display more data faster without sacrificing performance.

Rotation and Interaction

The end-user can rotate the chart to any angle by simply dragging the chart. Determine which value the user clicks with hit-testing, and display markers or tooltips on the chart with easy coordinate conversion methods.

Display 2D Projections (Floors and Ceilings)

The 3D WPF Chart control can be used to create flat — or two-dimensional — 3D charts like heat maps. The contours and zones can be displayed on the ceiling or floor of the plot cube. Floors and ceilings add a flat, 2D representation to the 3D model.