Telerik WPF 3D Chart control is an addition to the RadChartView set and is the first control in it to visualize data in a three dimensional manner. The chart uses the WPF API for 3D rendering, so you don’t need to worry about including third party libraries.
There are three built-in series in the 3D chart—surface series, point series, and bar series (a.k.a. Manhattan chart).
The 3D space in the RadCartesianChart3D control is defined by three axes, one for each dimension – X, Y and Z.
Two axis types that can be used with the 3D chart:
The chart allows you to control the camera position from where the scene is observed. You can rotate the camera around the chart and change its distance, by moving it towards or away from the center. This creates the illusion that the chart is being spun and zoomed in and out.
The tooltip behavior shows information about hovered data point visuals.
You can control the appearance of the data point visuals. Set custom materials allowing to determine the color, gloss and shine of the 3D elements, as well as other customizations. Additionally, custom geometries can determine the shape of the visuals.