Represents a Material that is a composite of the Materials in its collection.
Assembly: PresentationCore (in PresentationCore.dll)
XMLNS for XAML: http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation, http://schemas.microsoft.com/netfx/2007/xaml/presentation
Because DiffuseMaterial, SpecularMaterial, and EmissiveMaterial provide distinctly different effects, it's useful to combine them. For example, you might choose to apply a complex texture to a mesh using DiffuseMaterial, while adding a highlighting effect with a SpecularMaterial on the same mesh. MaterialGroup allows you to treat these Materials as a single texture for convenience.
The following excerpt shows a .
<MaterialGroup x:Key="LeavesMaterial1"> <DiffuseMaterial> <DiffuseMaterial.Brush> <ImageBrush Stretch="UniformToFill" ImageSource="sample_images\leaves_closeup.png" TileMode="None" ViewportUnits="Absolute" Viewport="0 0 1 1" AlignmentX="Left" AlignmentY="Top" Opacity="1.000000" /> </DiffuseMaterial.Brush> </DiffuseMaterial> <SpecularMaterial SpecularPower="85.3333"> <SpecularMaterial.Brush> <SolidColorBrush Color="#FFFFFF" Opacity="1.000000"/> </SpecularMaterial.Brush> </SpecularMaterial> </MaterialGroup>
|How to: Apply Emissive Material to a 3-D Object||The following example shows how to use EmissiveMaterial to add color to an existing Material equal to the color of the EmissiveMaterial's brush. The code below shows DiffuseMaterial and EmissiveMaterial applied in combination to add blue to the DiffuseMaterial's appearance.|