Recent Examples of pixel from the Web
At those distances, not a lot of sunlight reaches it, so most observations of the dwarf planet involve just a few smeary pixels.
And the company is likely to show off a new version of its streaming-media device compatible with 4K televisions that offer more than 8 million pixels a frame—significantly sharper than traditional high-definition video.
Of course, there are also deeper pixels, not only more colorful, but more philosophical.
That amounts to four times as many pixels as the 1080p standard.
Yet Kane, an astronomer at the University of California, Riverside, has tracked subtle changes in the pixels over time.
With only one-sixth the number of pixels in a modern smartphone camera, details are going to be sadly lacking.
Many barrels of pixels have been spilled already trying to analyze the political implications for Trump of the spat, but just as important, and perhaps less recognized, is what a coup this is for Kaepernick.
Take for example the clever cheer (and unparalleled public declaration of nerdiness): Of course, the quality of most peer-review research is somewhere between bad and unfair to the pixels that gave their lives to display it.
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Origin and Etymology of pixel
First Known Use: 1965See Words from the same year
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