interactive graphics A computer graphics system that allows the operator or user to interact with the graphical information presented on the display using one or more of a number of input devices, some of which are aimed at delivering positions relevant to the information being displayed. Almost all computer workstations and personal computer systems are now able to be used interactively.
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