This guy can write and draw computer code,but he can’t draw a picture
Computer Science and Graphics students can now apply their knowledge of programming and graphical techniques to drawing, painting, and building.
If you’ve been to a computer science class or even a computer graphics class, you’ve probably been taught to create simple, straightforward objects that look and feel like things.
These objects are known as “computer-generated models” or CGs, and are a great way to get a grasp of what computers are capable of and to explore the possibilities of creating these kinds of objects in real-time.
This article is the first in a series of articles about the subject.
It will also help you understand how to work with HTML5.
You can find a full list of content in the course’s sidebar and download the HTML, PDF, and .docx files on Github.
To access the code on GitHub, you’ll need a GitHub account.
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For the most up-to-date information about how to create CGs in HTML5, visit this link.
To learn more about how computer science and graphics is taught in schools, check out this post about the role of students in the curriculum.
If you’d like to know more about the art of computer science art, check this out.