Computer graphics for architects, engineers, and environmental designers, Volume 1
This valuable sourcebook provides the concepts and specific details requiredor using digital technology without being tied to any single softwareroduct. Readers will find a wealth of information on such topics as workingith bit map and vector digital media; data storage and archiving; dataompression; scanning resolution; rasterizing vector content; file and folderaming conventions; fonts and printing systems; channels, paths, texture maps;nd much more. With nearly 400 illustrations, and a CD-ROM contairing thentire book plus dozens of hyperlinks to valuable resources, here is aust-have book for anyone working in environmental design!
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Methods of eGraphics
Crafting the eGraphics Experience
eGraphics and Professional Ethics
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