6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Excellent content spoiled by printing errors,
By A Customer
This review is from: Introduction to Computer Graphics (Hardcover)
This would be an excellent book if it weren't for the annoying printing errors in the highly useful 'Geometrical Transformations' chapter. Especially considering that the book is aimed at students this is a real shame. Anyone interested in this field - including students - should consider forking out another $20 and get the more comprehensive "Computer Graphics: Principles and Practice" which contains the same chapter on geometry but without the printing errors.