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computer graphics

noun, (used with a plural verb)
pictorial computer output produced on a display screen, plotter, or printer.
the study of the techniques used to produce such output.
Origin of computer graphics
1970-75 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • But computer graphics now enable us to shift the picture as the viewpoint shifts.
  • Computational photography, a subdiscipline of computer graphics, does not simply capture single images.
  • No amount of special effects and computer graphics imaging can compensate for good story telling.
  • Computational photography, a subdiscipline of computer graphics, conjures up images rather than simply capturing them.
  • The rise of computer graphics, the increase in shoots abroad, and changing tastes have tempered the market.
  • The medium for such interaction is computer graphics.
  • Nowadays, they can reach into your pocket with the neatest computer graphics.
  • Eventually, computer graphics will be able to build these things.
  • There was a time when even the best computer graphics available were lousy.
  • Psychedelics have certainly left their mark on computer graphics, virtual reality, and animation.
British Dictionary definitions for computer graphics

computer graphics

(functioning as sing) the use of a computer to produce and manipulate pictorial images on a video screen, as in animation techniques or the production of audiovisual aids
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