The WPF Win32 hosting holy graile is taking shape. Yes you heard me, you can host a Win32 Control, interact with it inside a WPF viewport and perform all of the sweet effects on it. Your CPU might hate you for that, but the performance actually isn't too bad,....however I vow to make it better.
The source you ask?
OK, I've released the code finally.
Thanks, like, tons to Jeremiah Morrill for *all* his help :-)
These are the articles of he's that got me started:
WPF HACKERY! PART II (Native Pointer to Bitmapsource's Buffer)
Composited Win32 in WPF prototype source-code
We've created a project at The CodePlex
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