You encounter graphics everywhere, and more and more they have something to do directly with the computer. You can show the optimal travel route on the car’s display. Statisticians use them to illustrate dry numbers, for example as pie charts or bar charts. And most user programs today run on graphic interfaces and are operated and controlled with the mouse by clicking on the small pictures contained therein, so-called icons.
After all, what would computer games be without the many graphics in the form of still or moving images and click here buttons? Almost frighteningly realistically recreated, you witness how a person might turn into a chicken or how fantasy figures suddenly become living creatures.
Image and computer graphics
Computers have been spreading at breakneck speed since the 1980s. They surpass each other in their technical parameters and features, and there is [….]