Computer Science 1033A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Web Typography, Rotoscoping, Arpanet

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This section is an overview of the important content from this lecture that you will be required to know for the final exam in december according to professor reid. Further details and explanations will follow in the notes after. 1969: the establishment of the internet (arpanet) 1991: the launch of the world wide web, html, and urls. Rotoscoping = tracing of live action movements to make animation. World wide web = software, runs on top of the internet, makes it easier to share information and defines the common format to share it in. Internet = hardware, ftp and the world wide web run on top of it, made up of computers, satellites, wires, etc. connected together. Crap = contrast, repetition, alignment, and proximity. Pixels = small dots when on a monitor; made up of light. Dots = what pixels are referred to as when printing something.

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