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Texture - Arts - Works and Artists
... Textures (album), 1989 album by Brian Eno Textures (band), a metal band from the Netherlands ...
Texture (visual Arts)
... In the visual arts, texture is the perceived surface quality of a work of art ... Use of texture, along with other elements of design, can convey a variety of messages and emotions ...
List Of Sega Arcade System Boards - Sega Model 3 - Model 3 Specifications
... MB Audio RAM 1 MB Graphical capabilities Texture mapping, trilinear filtering, mipmapping, specular reflection, Gouraud shading, flat shading, anti aliasing, alpha ... Over 1,000,000 polygons/sec, 60 million pixels/sec, 16 million coloured textures/sec ... Special effects Zoning fog, 32 levels of translucency, clipping, model texture LOD, fade in/out, 4095 moving models ...
Texture (visual Arts) - Two Varieties of Texture
... Physical texture, also known as actual texture or tactile texture, are the actual variations upon a surface ... It differentiates itself from visual texture by having a physical quality that can be felt by touch ... Specific use of a texture can affect the smoothness that an artwork conveys ...
Sphere Mapping
... This environment is stored as a texture depicting what a mirrored sphere would look like if it were placed into the environment, using an orthographic projection (as opposed to one with perspective) ... This texture contains reflective data for the entire environment, except for the spot directly behind the sphere ... camera, and/or reflected direction from the object to the environment is used to calculate a texture coordinate to look up in the aforementioned texture map ...

Famous quotes containing the word texture:

    For it is the nature and end of this relation, that they should represent the human race to each other. All that is in the world, which is or ought to be known, is cunningly wrought into the texture of man, of woman.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    The laying of fish on the embers,
    the taste of the fish,
    the feel of the texture of bread,
    the round and the half-loaf,
    the grain of a petal,
    the rain-bow and the rain.
    Hilda Doolittle (1886–1961)

    The verbal poetical texture of Shakespeare is the greatest the world has known, and is immensely superior to the structure of his plays as plays. With Shakespeare it is the metaphor that is the thing, not the play.
    Vladimir Nabokov (1899–1977)