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Applications of computer graphics

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What are the major application of computer graphics?
Feb 23 '10 #1

✓ answered by tharden3

Well, there are many different ways people use computers to design graphics or manipulate images.

-A very popular use of computer graphics is for advertising. Almost every poster, commercial, banner, etc. that you have ever seen was on a computer screen being designed and edited at one point.

-'Visual Effects' in movies help enhance the audiences perception of a film.

-Businesses need computer graphics for company logos, presentations, and websites.

-Book covers, video game cases, CD, DVD, and Blu-Ray cases... all of those graphics are designed using computers.

Just look around you. Almost anything that was not designed manually with a paint brush or pencil used some sort of computer graphics. Of course, many of these graphics are first drafted using a utensil like a pencil or paintbrush, and then a graphics artist might use a computer to transform it further.

Kind regards,
Tim

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tharden3
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By graphic, I assume you mean software like GIMP, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Fireworks, and Adobe Illustrator? Those are some popular ones that a lot of professionals use.
Feb 27 '10 #2

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sorry i need the uses of computer graphic
Feb 28 '10 #3

tharden3
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P: 916
Well, there are many different ways people use computers to design graphics or manipulate images.

-A very popular use of computer graphics is for advertising. Almost every poster, commercial, banner, etc. that you have ever seen was on a computer screen being designed and edited at one point.

-'Visual Effects' in movies help enhance the audiences perception of a film.

-Businesses need computer graphics for company logos, presentations, and websites.

-Book covers, video game cases, CD, DVD, and Blu-Ray cases... all of those graphics are designed using computers.

Just look around you. Almost anything that was not designed manually with a paint brush or pencil used some sort of computer graphics. Of course, many of these graphics are first drafted using a utensil like a pencil or paintbrush, and then a graphics artist might use a computer to transform it further.

Kind regards,
Tim
Mar 1 '10 #4

P: 20
The graphic user interface is one of those defining utilities of the computers these days. Anywhere you look, they are in a utility.
Jul 25 '10 #5

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