object-oriented graphics


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object-oriented graphics

[¦äb‚jekt ‚ȯr·ē‚en·təd ′graf·iks]
(computer science)

object-oriented graphics

The representation of digital images as points, lines and other geometric entities. Object-oriented graphics is officially known as "vector graphics" and has nothing to do with object technology and object-oriented programming. See vector graphics.
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With object-oriented graphics you do not paint on the screen.
For object-oriented graphics, Harriett relies on Adobe Illustrator, a particular favorite of hers.
Open Inventor is one of the most popular object-oriented graphics development tools used today and is optimized for OpenGL, which is available on most hardware platforms.
She has been a committee member for the Third, Fourth and Fifth Eurographics Workshop and served as chair for Object-Oriented Graphics Panel, SIGGRAPH 1991.
Although more difficult to use, object-oriented graphics have provided many professional-quality images for the Macintosh.
We are also exploring sending CAD drawings into G2 to create object-oriented graphics for use in process model design and simulation.
The new release offers all new object-oriented graphics, significantly more statistical capabilities, improved data handling and extended memory support, all so scientists can discover and display their results quickly and easily.
In Draw the pie chart becomes an object-oriented graphic.
The Auto Trace command lets you trace the outline of a graphic created on the paint layer and transform it into an object-oriented graphic.

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