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TITLE - ALL CAPS ARIAL BOLD 20 pt CENTERED

TITLE - ALL CAPS ARIAL BOLD 20 pt CENTERED

TITLE - ALL CAPS ARIAL BOLD 20 pt CENTERED. Body Text Arial Regular 18 pt. “Quotes should be Italic .” References are Yellow (custom RGB of 230, 230, 105) Use for images + text. TITLE - ALL CAPS ARIAL BOLD 20 pt CENTERED. Body Text Arial Regular 18 pt. “Quotes should be Italic .”

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Storytelling with Computer Graphics

Storytelling with Computer Graphics

In addition to the mechanics of displaying objects on the screen, computer graphics is concerned with displaying images that convey meaning effectively. The SIGGRAPH storytelling sessions and animations focus upon high-level methods to specify and evaluate imagery.

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Module 10 WPF 2-D Graphics, Multimedia, and Printing

Module 10 WPF 2-D Graphics, Multimedia, and Printing

Module 10 WPF 2-D Graphics, Multimedia, and Printing. Module Overview. Creating 2-D Graphics Displaying Images Adding Multimedia Creating and Printing Documents. Lesson 1: Creating 2-D Graphics. 2-D Graphics Support in WPF Drawing Shapes What Are Paths and Geometries?

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