- n. Plural form of pixel.
“The idea behind the "pixels" is that it should be easy to transform the walls of a living space without too much fuss or muss.”
“Wish you could have been there with us, dear friend Standtall, who I know only in pixels, yet love and admire as if we sat together in a Cafe somewhere, drinking coffee, sharing stories about our cats.”
“The designer used this notion and created these lamps, which are also measured in pixels, depending on how many “dots” they have “represented” on them. 300 dpi is the highest for the porcelain lamps and the collection also includes lamps with 74 and 144 dots.”
“It can only go up in pixels, there are tons of hi pixel cameras that still look dont even come close to the FEEL of film and even for shooting images nothing outweighs a hasselblad, and that has been proven through time.”
“If we set aside debates about the pros and cons of eReaders and electronic books, and the cost of production – a book is a book at the end of the day regardless of whether it appears in pixels or ink.”
“I tried this, and it saves me about 10 pixels from the regular view.”
“They think that once the item leaves their store they take no responsibility and 2 dead pixels is ok on a brand new monitor.”
“And as for some of the other content on Huff Post, I am constantly surprised by some of the stuff that you see there, within pixels of commentary by people who you'd normally think would have long-ago refused to comment on a site with such pablum.”
“A tetris style puzzle game called PiCTOBiTS gives you the job of taking pixels from the bottom of the well and intercepting falling shapes by filling in the missing gaps.”
“Since a big monitor with good color and fast pixels is like a couple hundred dollars.”
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