Graphics, Computer Graphics

GRAPHICS: It is one of the core elements of any multimedia application. We all have heard a well-known saying as "one picture conveys a message of 1000 words", hence without graphics the multimedia is fairly expressionless. Thus let us discuss the topic of graphics from multimedia viewpoint.

 

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