Object-oriented graphics

Updated: 10/11/2017 by Computer Hope

A method of constructing graphical objects, such as circles, arches, and rectangles using mathematical formulas as the basis instead of bit mapping. Object-oriented graphics has a distinct advantage over those created with bitmapped systems in that the objects can be layered as well as dynamically sized with changing resolutions. A great example of a commonly used format for object-oriented graphics is PostScript.

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