Hand in hand with the spread of computer power and the dramatic fall in its cost has come a revolution in ease of use. ... resolution (sharpness) is still limited, and there may be only a small choice in colours. pioneers of computer graphics, using the medium for cockpit ... tape instead of compact magnetic discs; resolution was limited, and solid objects appeared transparent, as if they were wire skeletons.
|Title||:||The Graphic Arts Studio Manual|
|Publisher||:||HarperCollins - 1986|