RASTER AND VECTOR IMAGES by cwl19788

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        he first classification method divides     With raster images, as they are zoomed or
        images into either raster or vector        magnified they become blurry, unclear, or
        graphics. Raster graphics, also called     pixilated. Vector images, on the other hand,
bitmap graphics, refer to images where the color   appear clear regardless of how many times they
value of each pixel is stored. Vector graphics     are zoomed. Furthermore, the information in
refer to graphic images where the graphics are     raster images cannot be easily edited or searched
stored as objects. Examples of programs that       since they simply contain the color value of each
operate on vector graphics are Microsoft Word,     pixel needed to display the image. Price $50
Adobe Illustrator, and Adobe Flash.                $30 H2 O




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