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Art & Computer Graphics Questions

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Daniel Garrison

on 3 October 2012

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Transcript of Art & Computer Graphics Questions

Art and Computer Graphics Questions Simply, computer graphics are a pictorial representation and manipulation of data read by the computer. Allan Alcorn, a video game designer from Atari, in 1972. Pong, Who Made It? Visual Art includes photography, painting, sculpting, etc. These types of art are visual based, as given by the name, as they are left mainly to the eye to be appreciated. Performing Art includes theater, music, and public speech. These types of art are left to the sense of hearing as well as sight. Visual Art VS Performing Art Computer Graphics, What Is It? SpaceWar! The first video computer game was created by Steve Russel in 1962. In 1972, WESTWORLD was the first film to use computer graphics. (NOT 3D graphics) Steve Wozniak Patented "Microcomputer for use with video display" - for this contribution, he was inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame.
Invented Apple I computer and Apple II computer Nintendo Home Game System In 1985, Nintendo debuted its home game system, the NES. Photoshop Photoshop 1.0 was released in 1990 exclusively for the Mac. Traditional VS Computer Compared to art on the computer, traditional painting is limited as art programs on computers make it easier to correct mistakes. However, traditional art allows the artist to put more "feeling" into their work.
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