Vector Graphics

Vector Graphics are defined by attributes. Wheras Bitmapped graphics tends to be a photogrpah, vector graphics use many objects to make up the image. An example below shows the difference between bitmapped graphics and vector graphics.


Bitmapped graphics take up more memory than vector graphics because it has more pixels and uses more colours.

This is an example of images made with vector graphics.

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