Programmers Hierarchical Interactive Graphics System

In computer graphics, a set of standards—developed jointly by ANSI and ISO—comprising a graphics system and language used for two-dimensional and three-dimensional images that acts as a device-independent interface between an application and a graphic subsystem. PHIGS, however, is a comprehensive system that requires high-end workstations and host processors. An extension, PHIGS+, adds data to three-dimensional models concerning lighting and shading.

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