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are picture elements - the individual dots of a computer screen's image.
short form for picture elements, which make up digital albumsâ€¢ the more pixels or dots per inch (dpi) the better the resolution
number of dots on the screen (typical screen approximately 640-480)
(Picture Elements): Definable locations on a VDT display used to form images on the screen. Screens with more pixels provide a higher resolution image.
Pixels are generated by video monitors or some specialized recorders. They are spots with varying levels of energy. They can be 1% dark or at some percentage of gray. Therefore Red Green and Blue Pixels can be combined at varying levels to display pictures. to top
Picture elements. Definable locations on a display screen that are used to form images on the screen. Pixels refer to the basic unit of graphics resolution. See: bit-map graphics.
The smallest area that can be displayed on a screen. In other words, the image on the screen is made up of pixels of different colors which together form the image. The number of pixels depends on the screen' s resolution.
The elements that make up a display or image. The larger the number of pixels, the greater the detail and clarity of the display, or the image.
A measurement of the smallest "dot" that can be displayed a computer screen. Computer monitors display 72 pixels per inch, so one inch equals 72 pixels.
The small units that sub-divide space to make up a raster surface. They are usually small grid squares.
The dots used to make an image on a monitor.
Picture elements that are the building blocks for raster images (Images consisting of dots).
The technical term for 'dots' in relation to images on screen. They are minute units which together form an image.
the smallest discrete element of an image or picture on a CRT screen (usually a single-colored dot).
A Picture Element - the smallest element you can see on a monitor or television display. The more pixels an image contains, the higher its resolution.
The little individual dots that make up images. See Part IV.
A short name for Pixel Element. The smallest part that can be displayed on a monitor.
LCD?s (Liquid Crystal Display) are made up of many tiny individual liquid crystal displays, which make up a whole image. Each one of these little crystal displays is what we call a pixel.
Acronym for PIC ture EL ements. Pixels are the smallest un-break-down-able units of a picture on a monitorís screen. When the image is poor you will be conscious of looking at a collection of square dots. On the Internet, the standard picture resolution is between 72 and 96 pixels per inch.
The units of measurement on your screen that are used by display hardware to paint images on your screen. These units, which often appear as tiny dots, compose the pictures displayed on your screen. Pictures created for the Web are often measured in pixels instead of inches or centimeters. The video card installed in your PC display system determines the color capability of each pixel.
The lower the resolution, the larger things appear on your screen. Most computer monitors are set at 800 x 600 resolution, meaning 800 pixels wide by 600 pixels high. Some people's monitors are set at 1024 x 768 or higher. Others are set at 640 x 480. When designing a Web site, keep in mind that your Web pages will look different to viewers depending on their monitor resolutions.
A small dot or square which contains a single color and all of the pixels to form the image. The more pixels, the better the image.
Small dots or squares of light making up your computer screen which, when combined, allow you to view text or images.
An abbreviation for picture element. The minimum raster display element, represented as a point with a specified color or intensity level. One way to measure picture resolution is by the number of pixels used to create images.
In any monitor or display, an image is made up of individual dots containing only one color value called pixels. The amount of pixels in a given area, known as the 'resolution', is usually given using horizontal and vertical measurements, for example 1024 by 768 dots. The higher this figure is, the better and more exact the image.
The pixel figure on a digital camera determines how many individual pieces of data make up one picture. The more pixels there are, the greater the digital accuracy and the sharper the picture.
Small squares of color used to display a digital image.
The small 'dots' which make up all television screens. Each is a discrete element of the picture, but when viewed from a distance the pixels are small enough that they blend into one another to create a smooth picture. Stands for "Picture Element".
are dots or squares on a computer or television screen that combine to form an image. Computer images are created as an array of pixels, each having a specific color.
A unit of picture measurement. One pixel is about the size of a period (.) in 12 point font. Web banners and other graphics are measured in pixels. A standard banner size would be 468 pixels long and 60 pixels high (468 X 60). Monitor resolution is also measured in pixels. Right now, the most popular monitors display 800 pixels wide and 600 pixels high (800 X 600).
The dots that make up a screen display.
For Digital TV, Resolution Level is measured in Horizontal Pixels per Line and Vertical Lines per Frame. (e.g. “1080i” is defined as 1920 (pixels wide) x 1080 (lines vertically). Although, CEMA definitions only include Vertical Lines per Frame; i.e. “1080i” means 1080 interlaced lines.
Short for Pic ture El ement, a pixel is a single point in a graphic image. Graphics monitors display pictures by dividing the display screen into thousands (or millions) of pixels, arranged in rows and columns. The pixels are so close together that they appear connected.
discrete picture elements, or little pieces of the entire image.
PIcture ELement: The smallest unit that makes up an image on a screen. The more pixels there are, the higher the resolution of the image.
'picture elements', are the small graphic units that make up the picture. The greater the number of pixels, the better the resolution.
Picture elements, i.e., dots on a computer screen that form an image. Pixels are used to measure the size of a banner ad in length and width; for example, a full banner is 468 x 60 pixels. Approximately 72 pixels equal one inch.
Short for 'picture elements', the minute, coloured dots used to store images. The greater the number of pixels, the better the resolution (see below).
Short for 'picture element,' a dot that represents the smallest graphic unit of measurement on a screen. A pixel is screen-dependent; that is, the dimensions of screen elements vary with the display system and resolution. It is used to describe the main measure of unit that make up a graphic in online advertising, similiar to how inches are used in print media advertising.
The small, bright points of light that make up the letters or pictures displayed on computer screens or other visual displays. These points of light are brighter at their centers than their edges, which make it difficult for the human eye to focus on them.
in computers, pixels per inch (ppi) is a measure of the sharpness (that is, the density of illuminated points) on a display screen.
Digital images are comprised of many tiny coloured pixels. Each pixel should be too small to distinguish unless the image is over-enlarged. The basic rule is the more pixels comprising an image, the better it will appear.
What are pixels / screen pixels
or picture elements are the separate units of color which make up an image on your screen. The screen is made up of many pixels (the exact number of pixels depends on the resolution of your monitor). Each pixel is either entirely colored or not. You cannot partially color a pixel. Through the use of pixels, you can neither create a truly curved object nor diagonal lines. However, you can come extremely close through the use of anti-aliasing techniques.
Digital images are made up of lots of little squares of colour in a grid. These are called pixels.
(Basic image elements) The individual dots that are used to display an image on a computer monitor.
(Picture elements). Cells of an image matrix. The ground surface corresponding to the pixel is determined by the instantaneous field of view (IFOV) of the sensor system, e.g. the solid angle extending from a detector to the area on the ground it measures at any instant. The digital values of the pixels are the measures of the radiant flux of electromagnetic energy emitted or reflected by the imaged Earth surface in each sensor channel.
A pixel is the smallest unit that makes up an image on a screen. The more pixels, the higher the resolution.
Are the building blocks for every digital image. Higher pixel amounts in a digital photo signify a higher resolution photo.
These are "picture elements," or little black squares that come together to form images and numbers on a liquid crystal display (LCD). The more pixels per square inch, the sharper and more detailed picture you see.
Small dots of light that compose the images displayed on the computer screen. Commonly used as a unit of measurement.
The individual picture elements that make up a digital display. The more pixels, the greater the detail and sharpness of the display or the image.
The value is an integer that represents the number of pixels of the canvas (screen, paper). Thus, the value "50" means fifty pixels.
Short for picture elements, the tilelike bits of color and tone that form a digital image.
The small picture elements that make up a digital photograph.
abbreviation for picture elements. The tiny squares of light making up the picture are transmitted in digital form and reconstituted as a visual image.
The individual phosphors that form the image on a television screen. A color television screen or computer monitor screen consists of red, green and blue pixels (RGB) in a black background.
A small unit of measurement on a computer monitor.
The word pixel derives from picture element. Pixels are the building blocks of a digital photo are usually square in shape and are made from a colour recipe combining red green and blue ingredients.
Individual dots used to create an image. The greater the number of pixels in an image, the higher the resolution and better the quality
PIC ture EL ements = Pixel. The tiny dots comprising a picture.