Compute Scotland takes a look at Jon Peddie’s new book “The History of Visual Magic in Computers”. In his First Law, Jon Peddie “In graphics, too much is not enough,” notes that “It is impossible to trace a single line of development to generating beautiful realistic images with a computer. There is the complex pedigree of the computer itself- the basic math, the display and its controller, the software algorithms used to generate curves and texture and the applications that tie all this together.” Read the review on Compute Scotland.
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