DXFramework would not be possible without the sponsorship of Dr. John Laird and the University of Michigan.
We would like to extend a special thank you to Microsoft Corporation for their support of this project. Recent work on the DXFramework project leading to the 0.9.4 release was sponsored in part by a grant from Microsoft Corporation. We would like to extend a special thank you to John Nordlinger of Microsoft Corporation for making this possible.
We would like to extend another special thank you to the National Science Foundation (NSF) for their support of this project. Work on the DXFramework project in 2004 was sponsored in part by a grant from the National Science Foundation. The final report for the work done during the NSF grant is located here.
The original version of DXFramework was written by Corey Johnson and Jonathan Voigt.
The DXFramework 0.9.4 rewrite was completed by Jonathan Voigt.
DXFramework is currently maintained and managed by Jonathan Voigt at the University of Michigan.
DXFramework is what it is today in part because of the contributions made by the community:
- James Allen
- Mathew Boynton
- Nuttapong Chentanez
- Cory Dunham
- Parker Hamilton
- Jeremy Lee
- Evan Leung
- Alex Roper
- Adam Tercala
- David Yeung