Talk:Computer graphics (computer science)

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Notice[edit]

This article focuses on the academic discipline of Computer Graphics rather than applications of computer graphics to movies and video games (as these topics are covered extensively by other Wikipedia pages). It has been modeled after the general article on physics -- the idea being to give a broad overview of the problem, the connection of computer graphics to other disciplines, and some history of the field as a whole. You may want to take a look at the physics article before editing this one to get an idea of what a good overview article looks like.

Specific information about graphics sub-topics is abundant on the Wikipedia and does not need to be repeated here!

Additionally, if you'd like to write something about a specific subtopic (eg. graphics specific to the movie industry or graphics specific to the video game industry) you are enchoraged to contribute to the CGI page, to contribute to one of the video games subpages, or to create a specialized page.Trevorgoodchild (talk) 15:56, 23 July 2008 (UTC)

Good work[edit]

This page is looking good, Trevor. Can I convince you to do a page on the Stanford bunny?