Declarative Graphics System
A declarative graphics system is a software package or interface layer that supports the drawing of graphics as abstract forms. I.e. without the programmer specifically having to instruct the hardware how to draw lines and shade faces.
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A pretty much unbiased guide to the two main graphics APIs developers consider: Microsoft DirectX, and Silicon Graphics' Open GL. Written predominanty from a Windows perspective, this resource helps you decide when to use which graphics library on that platform.
Cg, literally ?C for graphics?, underpins the entirety of the digital, interactive world. This book serves as a primer, for those who have never ventured into it before, and explores both the DirectX and OpenGL angles of coding and creating graphics procedurally.
The GPU, or graphics processing unit is the heart of any 3D accelerator graphics care. It is a powerful workhorse, frequently more powerful than a PC?s CPU ? central processing unit ? and dedicated solely to graphics. The pace of GPU advancement has picked up substantially in recent years, with Nvidia and ATI Technologies, going at it hammer and tongs, to try and outdo one another.
Aimed at the working Visual C++ game developer, 3D Game Engine Design provides a tour of mathematical techniques for 3-D graphics, and the source code that's used to implement them in state of year 2000?s art gameworld engines.
Participants in modern internet-controlled, heavily graphics-orientated virtual worlds often confuse fps and lag. When an area cluttered with graphics, and a complex drawing area slows down, all too often people say that the area is laggy, or their Internet connection is not sufficient to handle it. This is patiently untrue, and continued perpetuation of this idea leads people to invest in hardware they do not need, which has no effect on the problem.
Developed by researchers at the University of Bristol 's Interaction and Graphics department, PiVOT is a project designed to allow a group of people to interact with the same interactive display table system,by providing a personalised view of the data space on the table to each user, but at the same time, providing a central, shared view of the data so everyone can see the big picture.
Complete Website: Paul Bourke
This massive site, simple in appearance, holds just about every resource you'll ever need for graphics work.
Complete Website: Flipcode.com
A good site, geared mainly towards graphics, it dabbles in some other areas, and has an interesting selection of daily links.
Unlike in the peripheral nervous system, where cells are often unable to distinguish which branching pathway an electrical system is travelling from, the central nervous system makes use of sophisticated internal networks not too dissimilar from an IP record, to differentiate between nervous pathways.
This book is very much a holistic first-timer?s guide to creating a hideously complex system ? a full virtual reality. The book describes a VR system as ?a system that provides a synthetic experience for its user(s)?, a definition which could not possibly be any broader.
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Do we need it? Probably not.
Nevermind, we're getting it. ATI and Nvidia, makers of graphics accelerators are set to deliver what they believe the industry needs, in a couple of months. Graphics cards with 512MB of on-board ...
June 21 (Wed.) - 23 (Fri.), 2006, Tokyo Big Sight conference centre, Japan.
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? Display Device System
Visual Display, Audio Display, Tactile Display, Dynamic Display
Researchers from Torino Polytechnic, an Italian University, have developed a distributed processing system that allows palmtop computers to display 3D environments. Graphics processing has always been far beyond the capabilities of palmtop ...
AMD has introduced its lineup of next-generation DirectX 11-capable ATI Mobility Radeon Premium graphics, including ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5870 graphics, the highest performance graphics for notebooks in the world.
Finally, the inevitable has occurred. As we have achieved virtually 100% photo realism on CGI, a shift is taking place in the entertainment industry. No-longer is it possible, to just out-perform with better graphics, you now have to have c...