Radiosity model in computer graphics

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What is Radiosity Model in computer graphics?

What are raster scan displays and vector scan displays?

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Radiosity model in computer graphics

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Radiosity are 3 Dimensional computer graphics. They came into existence in 1950 and then were redefined in 1984 by a researcher at the Cornell University. An artist is able to choose three types of lighting in a scene with three types of lighting and then place them in an attempt to create realistic lighting. So that the picture looks as real as possible.

In raster the image is constructed, with many small dots of different colors usually in red, green or even blue. These are in modern color display. While in vector displaying is by shooting beams, that sweep over a screen.  An appropriate example is, an Oscilloscope. In vector, there are no pixels involved in the displays.

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Radiosity model in computer graphics

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The Radiosity is a method, the can make reflection or color bleeding in an object to provides a realistic light and can reflect light in a surface or soft shadows, to achieve a realistic image and it will shine light in the surface. It can retouch the image or an object in the Vertex Paint option.

The raster scan display and vector scan display, is an image that can be stored in the files or display on the screen and color. The raster scan, can be constructed of small dots. The Vector display is used to scan CRT’s used for data display group and video or radar sweep and its beam can be used for the presentation.

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