Provides detailed descriptions of the algorithms and architectures used in major computer image generation devices. Examines anti-aliasing, data-base design, and the generation of special effects. Critically reviews several VLSIC architectures for image generation. Describes current and possible future applications of this technology, including visual flight simulation for pilot training.R. L. Gunwaldsen, aquot;CHARGE Image Generator: Theory of Operation and Author Language Support, aquot; TR 75-3, Human ... G. O. Handberg, aquot;Computer Generated Imagery Has Sparked a Revolution in Visual Simulation, aquot; ICAO Bull., pp. 29-32anbsp;...
|Title||:||Computer image generation|
|Author||:||Bruce Jay Schachter|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons Inc - 1983|