It must be terrible being a graphic artist, or person in the know about how to manipulate such software. Seems to strip the magic right out of some people.
Seriously... I agree with Oniya, or what I think was her point...
Lots of things were considered magical or legendary until technology made them observable or even better, simply feasible to manipulate with what many consider to be
clarity. The "consider to be" is important because even if you can operate something, if you admit you don't fully understand or control it, there can be room for it to slip into the realm of magic there (or maybe for someone else to help take it there for you).
We don't know everything
scientifically interesting to ask about just why electricity works the way it does, last I heard, and every so often astronomers seem to revel in changing or at least dramatically updating (if tentatively?) their higher-level theories of the universe and various specific objects and events way out there. Computers are capable of running models that the human mind cannot properly "watch" in any graphical sense, and statisticians often crunch numbers in ways that at least some
of them are dubiously qualified to translate for each other, never mind for the rest of us (that's reducing some rather simpler
computer models back toward relatively human language -- but only relatively). Then we have things like radio waves or landing on the moon, which a century before their actualization as tools and event, may have been considered more or less magical I suppose.
Both hard science and social science would grind to a halt if there was nothing we could explain better, nothing we simply don't know or haven't been able to model in new and different ways. So even from an objective point of view like that, there will always be something that people can consider "magical." And then there are things like love and beauty, even horror or confusion that are difficult to reduce to neatly measurable and sortable factors in their natural situations. Whenever they happen strongly enough, the way people respond to them puts them pretty well in the category of magic...
So there always will be magic. Though there may never be quite as much "active" magic in the sense of humans or other sentient beings knowing how to activate
it in ways that others can experience it as such, as some of us might like.
... And I think they could be bugs. But it's a pretty
enough picture to enjoy it for the thought of what the wee people might live like, isn't it.