Jaggies vs Maggies - What's the difference?
As nouns the difference between jaggies and maggies
is that jaggies
is (computer graphics|informal) jagged]] artifacts in raster graphics, such as those caused by [[resize|resizing a bitmap image without preserving its aspect ratio while maggies
(computer graphics, informal) Jagged]] artifacts in raster graphics, such as those caused by [[resize, resizing a bitmap image without preserving its aspect ratio.
* 1999 , Brent Heslop, David Angell, Rick Darnell, Microsoft Word 2000 Bible
* 2007 , Pulli et al'', ''Mobile 3D Graphics: With OpenGL ES and M3G
- The anti-alias option in image editors helps to eliminate the jaggies .
- Edge antialiasing only works at the edges of primitives, but jaggies can happen also at intersections of polygons.