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Applications of computer graphics

  1. 1. COMPUTER GRAPHICS (ASSIGNMENT-II) Mercy One of the main fields of application of computer graphics is the entertainment industry, in particular computer games and movies. It is assumed that the first film, which began to use computer graphics, was the Throne, and the first feature-length film created completely using computer was Toy Story. No doubt the most stylish deployment of computer graphics today is in Hollywood. Special effects, photographic manipulations, computer animation, and other digital trickery routinely spice up (often otherwise dull) movies and video games. Computer graphics is used in entertainment field for:  Movie production, animation, special effects  Computer games  World Wide Web  Book, magazine design, photo editing A s s i g n m e n t I I – M e r c y ( 1 2 A U C S 0 1 0 ) Page 2
  2. 2. Mercy COMPUTER GRAPHICS (ASSIGNMENT-II)  A wide variety of graphics -- from photographs, pictures, and cartoons, to charts, maps, diagrams, and outlines -- is common today in most teaching strategies.  The cliché that a picture is worth a thousand words seems consistent with educational practice.  The computer can be used for traditional applications, such as graphics that present static informational images or text that helps someone to understand a concept or principle.  By using these graphical tools, educators can provide research-oriented, interdisciplinary collaborative experiences that engage students from varying scientific fields.  Computer Graphics is used to generate models of physical, financial, and economic systems. These can help trainees to understanding the operation of the system.  These special systems are the simulators for training of ship captains, aircraft pilots, heavy-equipment operators and air traffic-control personnel. Education Training A s s i g n m e n t I I – M e r c y ( 1 2 A U C S 0 1 0 ) Page 2
  3. 3. Mercy COMPUTER GRAPHICS (ASSIGNMENT-II) Producing graphical representations for scientific, engineering, and medical data sets and process is generally referred to as “Scientific Visualization”. “Business Visualization” is used in connection with data sets related to commerce, industry, and non scientific areas. Scientific Visualization Computer Graphics used to generate illustrations and simulations are used to depict the structure of objects that cannot otherwise be inspected because they are too small (e.g., chemical compounds), too large (global patterns), too remote (topography of distant planets), too abstract (such as multi-dimensional mathematical manifolds), or too dangerous (such as atmospheric conditions in the eye of a hurricane and in deep ocean trenches). Business Visualization Designers today routinely employ computerized visualizations and structural models to test industrial artifacts (mass-produced consumer goods, airplanes, vehicles, buildings, bridges, etc.) for safety, cost, utility, and efficiency before manufacturing a first physical prototype. A s s i g n m e n t I I – M e r c y ( 1 2 A U C S 0 1 0 ) Page 2
  4. 4. COMPUTER GRAPHICS (ASSIGNMENT-II) Mercy (Virtual super market) In Computer Graphics, Computer is used to create a picture. In Image processing, we apply some techniques to modify the existing pictures such as photographs and TV scans. These techniques are used in commercial art applications analyzing satellite photos of the earth and photos of galaxies. A s s i g n m e n t I I – M e r c y ( 1 2 A U C S 0 1 0 ) Page 2
  5. 5. COMPUTER GRAPHICS (ASSIGNMENT-II) Mercy Medical applications also make extensive use of imageprocessing techniques for picture enhancements, in tomography and in simulations of operations. A s s i g n m e n t I I – M e r c y ( 1 2 A U C S 0 1 0 ) Page 2
  6. 6. COMPUTER GRAPHICS (ASSIGNMENT-II) Mercy Medical applications also make extensive use of imageprocessing techniques for picture enhancements, in tomography and in simulations of operations. A s s i g n m e n t I I – M e r c y ( 1 2 A U C S 0 1 0 ) Page 2

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