Digitally implanted in a rocky landscape or whirling out of the sky or dynamically occupying their own virtual spaces, the computer-generated
forms are vaguely familiar yet completely elusive when it comes to saying exactly what they are or what they represent.
That just leaves the rides, which are shiny and loud and fast and sometimes just as computer-generated
as their counterparts in Pixar's ``Cars.
Under the bill, if insurers use computer-generated
software to settle bodily injury claims, it is an act of bad faith.
Researchers have used a method called fast marching to calculate the shortest paths (geodesics) across various surfaces, including this computer-generated
representation of a human head.
Eisenman's proposed Centre for the Performing Arts for Emory University in Atlanta is his first computer-generated
scheme to bridge between theory and execution.
The earlier procedure, published last May, essentially banned the use of computer-generated
tax forms and photocopies of official forms.
That video, and subsequent other projects utilizing Computer Generated Imagery (CGI), greatly advanced the possibilities of an animated computer-generated
The result was timely, accurate and visually attractive communication that, just a few years ago, would have taken days to print and would have had the ugly, primitive look of a computer-generated
The use of such computer-generated
forms avoids transpositional errors and enables the taxpayer to file the most accurate information.
The company recently installed the highest volume COLD system in Europe, which directly accepts 650,000 computer-generated
records a week, processing and storing the information in under five hours.
Nowhere are the dangers of overreliance on computers more obvious than in the interpretation of computer-generated
results of electrocardiography.
America's Legendary Popcorn Icon Returns via Computer-generated
Animation To Promote America's Favorite Gourmet Snack