- Bitmap graphics store the data in a large grid made up of pixels. Pixels are made up of three colours, red, green and blue.
- If you look closely at a computer screen these pixels become obvious.
Understand the two types of computer graphics
Understand some key effects we can apply to computer graphics
Complete the tasks on Google Classroom and try to draw this penguin on each of the tables.
The following code sample is how a very simple vector graphic is stored on a computer. Does it look slightly familiar?
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no"?> <svg version="1.1"> <path id="dp_path001" transform="matrix(1,0,0,1,-251.604,-249.712)" fill="white" fill-rule="evenodd" stroke="black" stroke-width="1.33333" d="M 252.271,250.377 L 607.393,250.377 L 607.393,514.373 L 252.271,514.373 Z "/> </svg>
Work through all three tasks starting with the Basic graphics task.
The following are key shortcuts for using BalfSlideView and reveal.js.
|→, PAGE DOWN, SPACE||Next slide|
|←, PAGE UP||Previous slide|
|SHIFT + →||Last Slide|
|SHIFT + ←||First slide|
|W||Widget Board/White Screen|
|C||Toggle Notes Canvas|
|DEL||Clears Whiteboard/Notes Canvas|
|S||Show Presenter Mode|
|SHIFT + D||Toggle Dark Mode|
|H||Goes to the Home Slide|
|META + P||Show Print options window|
In order to use the 'Start Remote' feature, you'll need to download JB Slide Controls from the Apple App Store. Once you have this you'll be able to control the slides using the app from you Apple Watch.
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