Vectorization makes the use of geometrical primitives like points, lines, curves, and shapes, like polygons for the construction of images in computer graphically. These vectors lead through locations called points and nodes. Each of these points occupies a distant position on the x and y axis frame plane, thus determining the direction of the path. Each path can be assigned a shape, color, thickness, and fill. Modern vector graphic displays are usually found in laser shows for children. In a laser show, two X-Y mirrors position the beam to rapidly draw shapes and text as straight and curved strokes on a screen. Vectorization in computers can be done using a pen plotter as well. It is not wrong to say that Vectorization forms the foundations of computer graphics.