Objectives-introduction to computer graphics, Computer Graphics

Objectives

After completing this section, you must be familiar with:

  • explain computer graphics, its characteristics and features;
  • Conversations about applications of computer graphics in divers fields and
  • Explain different types of hardware, needed to work with graphic systems

 

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