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Bitmap and Vector Graphics

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Daniel Wood

on 27 October 2013

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Transcript of Bitmap and Vector Graphics

Bitmap and vector graphics
Bitmap and vector
Bitmap and vector graphics are the two main types of graphics used in computer applications.

Bitmap images are usually used for photos and vector graphics are usually used for drawings.
Bitmap
Bitmap images are made up of pixels in a grid. Pixels are tiny dots of individual colour that make up what you see on your screen. All these pixels come together to form an image.
Vector
A vector image is made up of many individual objects. Each object is be defined by mathematical statements and has individual properties assigned to it such as colour, fill, and outline.
Bitmap and vector
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