Vector Graphics is a term used to refer to animation in which the art or motion is controlled by vectors rather than pixels. Vector animation often allows cleaner, smoother animation because images are displayed and resized using mathematical values instead of stored pixel values.

It consist of paths that are defined by a start and end point. These paths can be anything from a line to a series of lines that create a shape like a square or circle. Despite the simplistic nature of a vector’s building block, paths can be used to create extremely complex diagrams. Each path object carries its own mathematical statement that defines how the object should be displayed. Some of the most common vector formats include AI (adobe Illustrator), DXF (AutoCAD DXF), and CGM (Computer Graphics Metafile).Vector graphics can also be found in EPS (Encapsulated PostScript) and PDF (Portable Document Format) formats.

The most important difference between vector and bitmap graphics is that vector graphics are resolution independent, meaning that they are truly scalable. Because vector graphics are not made up of a fixed grid like bitmap graphics, they can be resized without losing image quality. This makes them ideal for a variety of graphic design applications such as logos, which require the ability to be sized down for something small like a business card or sized up for something as large as a billboard sign.

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