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**"[[Wikipedia:Bloom (shader effect)|Light bloom]]", "floating point [[Wikipedia:Framebuffer|frame buffers]]", "[[Wikipedia:Volumetric lighting|volumetric effects]]", and "[[Wikipedia:High dynamic range rendering|high dynamic range rendering]]" all refer to various [[Wikipedia:3D rendering|3D rendering]] techniques employed by modern game consoles and computer video cards to create realistic environments within games.
**"[[Wikipedia:Bloom (shader effect)|Light bloom]]", "floating point [[Wikipedia:Framebuffer|frame buffers]]", "[[Wikipedia:Volumetric lighting|volumetric effects]]", and "[[Wikipedia:High dynamic range rendering|high dynamic range rendering]]" all refer to various [[Wikipedia:3D rendering|3D rendering]] techniques employed by modern game consoles and computer video cards to create realistic environments within games.
**The PS3's [[Wikipedia:Cell (microprocessor)|Cell microprocessor]] contains ten individual cores, eight of which can be used simultaneously by the console for different purposes.
**The PS3's [[Wikipedia:Cell (microprocessor)|Cell microprocessor]] contains ten individual cores, eight of which can be used simultaneously by the console for different purposes.
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**"[[Wikipedia:FLOPS|TFLOPS]]" stands for "Tera-FLoating point Operations Per Second" and is a measure of the speed of a computer in mathematical operations (''tera'' being a prefix representing 10 to the 12th power, i.e. one trillion).  The PS3's [[Wikipedia:RSX 'Reality Synthesizer'|RSX]] [[Wikipedia:Graphics processing unit|GPU]] was announced as performing at 1.8 TFLOPS.
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**"[[Wikipedia:FLOPS|TFLOPS]]" stands for "Tera-FLoating point Operations Per Second" and is a measure of the speed of a computer in mathematical operations.  The PS3's [[Wikipedia:RSX 'Reality Synthesizer'|RSX]] [[Wikipedia:Graphics processing unit|GPU]] was announced as performing at 1.8 TFLOPS.
**"XDR" stands for [[Wikipedia:XDR DRAM|eXtreme Data-Rate Dynamic RAM]], a type of memory used in the PS3.
**"XDR" stands for [[Wikipedia:XDR DRAM|eXtreme Data-Rate Dynamic RAM]], a type of memory used in the PS3.
*"Lens Flare", "Plastic Wrap", "Ocean Ripple", "Find Edges," and "Sharpen More" are all filters that one can use in [[Photoshop|Adobe Photoshop]]. "Nudge" is the term used to describe the act of moving an object on the image canvas.
*"Lens Flare", "Plastic Wrap", "Ocean Ripple", "Find Edges," and "Sharpen More" are all filters that one can use in [[Photoshop|Adobe Photoshop]]. "Nudge" is the term used to describe the act of moving an object on the image canvas.

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