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.
For non-techies, pixels are the tiny two-dimensional dots that together make up on-screen images.
The network could also partially reconstruct what a participant saw, turning brain activity into pixels, but the resulting images were little more than white blobs.
Earth is a pinprick - at that distance, the image scale is 53,820 miles per pixel, and the Earth's diameter is just under 8,000 miles.
For the non-techies among us, 4K offers nearly four times the pixels as a Full HD (1080p) high-definition signal that’s been common to TVs, projectors, videogames and cable providers for a decade.
The first layer of neurons represents each pixel in an image.
The phone also features 458ppi, which is the highest pixel density display—and Apple is even going as far as to call it a Super Retina display.
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Origin and Etymology of pixel
First Known Use: 1965See Words from the same year
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