Fifth International World Wide Web Conference
May 6-10, 1996, Paris, France
Friday 10 May, 1996 - 13:30-15:00
Chris Lilley, W3C/INRIA
Graphics comprise the most visible part of the modern Web. In this
session, industry experts will update developers about new
technologies, including CGM - a standard for compressed vector
graphics which gives scalable for any window without degeneration,
good quality printing, and client-side interaction; color fidelity
requirements for home shopping, and the latest developments with PNG.
- Julian Gallop, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK
"CGM on the Web"
- Ron Gentile and Stephen Zilles, Adobe Systems Inc
"ICC color and PDF"
- Dave Becket, University of Kent at Canterbury, UK
Mail to the Organizers
Created: 22 April 1996
Last updated: 22 April 1996