## Device

A device is a physical object that can be used with a computer to perform a task. Common examples of devices include printers, scanners, digital cameras, and storage devices such as hard drives and USB drives. When you connect a device to your computer, it is recognized by the operating system and assigned a device … Read more

## Complex system

A complex system is a system composed of many parts that interact with each other. The term is used to describe systems in which the behavior of the whole cannot be determined from the behavior of the individual parts, such as ecological or social systems. What is simple system and complex system? A simple system … Read more

## Pixel

A pixel is the smallest unit of measure for a digital image. Pixels are the tiny dots of color that make up an image on a computer screen or other digital display. When you zoom in on a digital image, you can see the individual pixels that make up that image. How old is Google … Read more

## Newton

Newton is a unit of measurement that is derived from the SI unit of force, which is the Newton. The Newton is defined as the force required to accelerate a mass of one kilogram at a rate of one meter per second squared. What is Newton famous for? Newton is most famous for his work … Read more

## Logical equivalence

Logical equivalence is a relationship between two or more formulas that have the same truth value in every possible interpretation. In other words, the formulas are logically equivalent if they always produce the same result, regardless of the values of the variables involved. There are a few different ways to show that two formulas are … Read more

## Continuation symbol

A continuation symbol is a character that indicates that the current line of text should be continued on the next line. In most cases, a continuation symbol is used to indicate that a statement or command should be continued on the next line. For example, in the C programming language, a backslash () is used … Read more

## Rotoscoping

Rotoscoping is an animation technique in which images are projected onto a screen and then traced to create a new image. This new image is then used as the basis for an animation. Rotoscoping can be used to create both 2D and 3D animations. Why is rotoscoping so hard? Rotoscoping can be difficult for a … Read more

## Layering

The term “layering” is used to describe the process of creating multiple layers within a single image file. This can be done for various reasons, such as to add depth or interest to an image, or to make it easier to edit individual parts of the image without affecting the rest. There are several different … Read more

## Easter Egg

An Easter egg is a hidden message or image that can be found in a computer program, video game, or other media. The term was first used to describe a hidden message in the 1979 video game Adventure, but has since been used to refer to anything from hidden images to secret codes. Easter eggs … Read more

## Null set

A Null set is a set with no elements in it. In other words, it is an empty set. Null sets are important in mathematics because they can be used to represent situations where there is nothing to be done or where there is no information available. For example, the set of all numbers that … Read more