Technical Perspective: Visualization, Understanding, and Design
By Doug DeCarlo, Matthew Stone
Communications of the ACM,
Vol. 56 No. 1, Page 105
Photographs capture the moment; paintings convey perception, impression, and feeling; illustrations tell stories. Computer graphics aims to enrich all these artistic practices through technology. The following paper is a watershed in depiction, creating imagery that gets ideas across.
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