Recent Examples of pixel from the Web
Even a few pixels difference between the watermarks in each image would be enough to throw off the algorithm.
But here and there, clusters of blue pixels appear—signs of moisture in the ground.
Looking at them now evokes the quiet charm of early internet pixel art; just a few dozen points strung together, and a high-heeled shoe or a rocking horse appears.
The idea is to see more thing in HD, to see the pixels in every moment.
To find the secret image, the string of ones and zeroes should be treated as black and white pixels and arranged in a certain way, so that the alien pops into view.
Otherwise known as 4K. The highest standard for pixels and clarity.
As a result, the HD and 4K modes' default presentation sometimes looks flat and awkward, which is more exposed without the blurrier, 640x480 pixel resolution of the original.
The 1,280-by-800 pixel resolution screen is notably less sharp than those found on pricier alternatives, though that's to be expected of a sub-$100 tablet.
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Origin and Etymology of pixel
First Known Use: 1965See Words from the same year
PIXEL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pixel for English Language Learners
: any one of the very small dots that together form the picture on a television screen, computer monitor, etc.
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