computer graphics

computer graphics or digital art involve the creation of images and videos using all types of software and hardware. As a byproduct of the graphic arts, especially in commercial design or illustration, computer graphics has developed tremendously over the years, and is the reason we can now view such lifelike and pixel perfect experiences on a variety of interfaces.

Unity 3D is a great example of a game engine, that is used extensively to create both 3D and 2D video games and visual simulations for consoles and mobile devices. The Adobe Creative Suite is another example of a near complete set of tools, that are commonly used to create computer graphics. An extremely popular areas in computer graphics is "computer generated imagery" or (CGI) in short, which now plays a huge role in the creation of today's sci-fi and fantasy movies. The evolution of the Star Wars saga proves just how far CGI has come, and has become more and more capable of unleashing mind blowing cinematographic experiences year upon year.

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the games we play, the movies we watch, and even the education we receive today lives off computer graphics. Quite a number of educators have started using animated video tutorials to make learning more interactive for the impending YouTube generation, that crave more visually engaging experiences. More and more companies incorporate animation as an essential part of building more engaging experiences on all new and existing platforms, which is contributing immensely to new types of graphical interfaces we have never seen before.

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