In the world of computer graphics, Scalable Vector Graphics, or SVG, has pretty much become the standard to describe vector images for the Web.
SVG is an XML based vector image format which renders 2D graphics and supports interactivity and animation.
As the name implies, SVG can scale up images and graphics without the pixellation encountered in conventional, Raster graphics.
This session was an overview of SVG and the many ways in which it benefits graphics / animation.
Siddhesh Nikude and Shweta Sadawarte from Nelkinda Software were the presenters.