• See the math and visual science behind how Windows abstracts physical display density and viewing distance • Why this means you can work in effective pixel space across all devices • How Windows makes full use of the physical pixels for you • What has changed for Windows 10 and why • When you have to know about physical pixels and why: bitmap assets and layout grids • How assets are picked through MRT and how to use MRT to manage assets and asset packs • Guidance: best practices on which scale factors to support: tradeoffs between quality and footprint • How to port assets from other platforms to Windows apps • Why scaling and layout grid go hand-in-hand, and the benefits of sticking to the layout grid • When you have to know about physical pixels and why: some advanced application requirements and techniques • API support you need to write an app that knows about physical pixels Speaker: Steve Wright
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