The primary benefits of computer graphics are as follows:
- It provides tools for generating images not only of real-world objects but also of intangible, artificial objects like mathematical surfaces in 4D and information that does not have any underlying geometry like survey results.
- It has the capacity to display moving images, and thus it’s possible to create animations using computer graphics.
- With computer graphics, a user can control the animation speed, the perspective, the geometric relationship of the object in the scene to another, the amount of detail displayed, and so forth.
- Computer graphics provide a tool known as motion dynamics. Using this tool, a user can move and drop objects based on a static viewer, or they can make objects stationary while the audience moves around them. A typical example is a walkthrough created by a builder that shows the interior of an apartment and the building environment. In any case, it’s also possible to move both objects and audiences.
- Computer graphics also provide a feature known as update dynamics. With update dynamics, it’s possible to modify the shape, color, or other properties of the objects being viewed.