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COMPUTER GRAPHICS

COMPUTER GRAPHICS

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Published by Adil Aslam
COMPUTER GRAPHICS
COMPUTER GRAPHICS

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Published by: Adil Aslam on Dec 03, 2012
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ASSINGNMENT ON
By Shaikh Aadil M. AslamF.Y. BMS. Roll No. 39
 
 
Graphics are visual presentations on some surface such asa wall, canvas, computer screen, paper or stone to inform,
illustrate or entertain. Examples are photographs, drawings,
Line Art, graphs, diagrams, symbols, geometric designs, maps,engineering drawings, or other images which are not only text.Graphics is often used in combination with text and color.Graphics can be functional or artistic. Graphics can be
imaginary or representing something in the real world. The
latter can be a recorded version, such as a photograph, or aninterpretation by a scientist to highlight essential features,or an artist, in which case the distinction with imaginarygraphics may get blurred.
Graphics
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Types Of Graphics
 
In computer graphics there are two types of graphics:
Raster
, where each pixel is separately defined,and
Vector
, where mathematical formula are used to drawlines (eg 'take two points and draw a parabole betweenthem'), which are then interpreted at the 'receiving end' toproduce the graphic. Vectors make for in principle infinitelysharp graphics and usually smaller File, but is limited torelatively simple representations.

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