Computer Graphics — Computer Art by Prof. Dr. Herbert W. Franke (auth.)

By Prof. Dr. Herbert W. Franke (auth.)

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The so-called interfaces, the connection between the various subsystems, have proven to cause problems. It is the familiar problem of the mismatched plug-to-plug connection which reemerges at a higher level, with greater difficulties. Adaptors would not be sufficient; rather, a complicated adaptation interface is needed, systems which permit ·the transition from one norm to another. Besides the usual tasks of physical-technical adaptation, they have to solve in particular the problem of noncompatible software; this requires complicated switching systems, even specialized computers.

31 Computer original for the making of a graphic by Manuel Barbadillo. The computer works through all possible combinations of elements and outputs them via a fast printer; the selection is made from subjective viewpoints 38 32 Computer-aided graphic by Manuel Barbadillo. By means of a fast printer, the computer indicates all combinations. The realization is manual, e. g. by coating a base with a layer ofplastic 39 If genuine chance is to be introduced, then other means must be found.

Since it is technically difficult to output the phosphorescing substances in precisely the correct shapes and sizes, shadow masks are used as diaphragms. Normally, the picture elements of a set of three are positioned at the endpoints of an equilateral triangle (delta gun tube), or else they are positioned linearly side by side (in-line tube), but there are also kinds which contain color bands instead of color dots and correspondingly a multiply slotted metal mask instead of the shadow mask. Misalignment of the electro-optic system results in a mutual shifting of the pictures consisting of the primary colors; the wellknown convergence errors in the shape of colored rims are the result.

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