Adrift in a Sea of Pixels

Billups, Scott
November 2004
Millimeter;Nov2004, Vol. 32 Issue 11, p41
Trade Publication
Features the significance of Standardized Test and evaluation Material (STeM) series from Microsoft to animated films. Parameters of existing STeM series; List of technical requirements for the operating system; Challenges for digital encoding and compression.


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