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  • Pixel is Capri de Vapida's pet dog. She is usually Capri's inspiration for all her fads.
  • Pixel was a flying seal-like character, with a back fin and scuba-style costume, who appeared on a 1995 installment of the BBC science anthology Tomorrow's World. Pixel was created using the Creature Shop's Henson Performance Control System, a computer animated creation interacting with the presenter in real time.
  • A pixel (an abbreviation for picture element)
  • A pixel (short for picture element, using the common abbreviation "pix" for "picture") is a single point in a graphic image. Each such information element is not really a dot, nor a square, but an abstract sample. With care, pixels in an image can be reproduced at any size without the appearance of visible dots or squares; but in many contexts, they are reproduced as dots or squares and can be visibly distinct when not fine enough. The intensity of each pixel is variable; in color systems, each pixel has typically three or four dimensions of variability such as red, green and blue, or cyan, magenta, yellow and black.
  • A pixel (short for picture element, using the common abbreviation "pix" for "picture") is one of the many tiny dots that make up the representation of a picture in a computer's memory. Each such information element is not really a dot, nor a square, but an abstract sample. With care, pixels in an image can be reproduced at any size without the appearance of visible dots or squares; but in many contexts, they are reproduced as dots or squares and can be visibly distinct when not fine enough. The intensity of each pixel is variable; in color systems, each pixel has typically three or four dimensions of variability such and Red, Green and Blue, or Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black.
  • NOTE: The "n" word has been removed since it included bad language. Pixel (puppeteered by Ron Binion and voiced by Julie Westwood, Kobie Powell, and Chris Knowings) is a character who plays too much on the computer.
  • A pixel (Disneyus chromatici) is a very tiny luminescent monochromatic humanoid with pointy ears, cute little wings, a shrill irritating voice, and magical powers that defy bamboozled evolutionists to this day.
  • Pixel[[:File:|[, ]]] is a goblin quest giver located at Splintertree Post in the contested territory of Ashenvale. She makes a living delivering supplies around the world, and was known for trading a load of Warsong Saw Blades for some payment before the Cataclysm. Now she seems more concerned with destroying ghosts and acquiring satyr horns.
  • PIXEL is a hologram/computer that is close friends with Threetails and is her loyal sidekick. She is usually in her cat form but when something bad is about to happen she then turns into her computer form. No one really knows about her past, all that's known is that she was created by Eggman. She is also a member of Team Metal, when with the team she's in her computer form so Threetails can easily carry her around.
  • Pixel (or The Cat Who Walks Through Windshields) is the former cat of Robert Heinlein who joins the Callahan's gang during their move to Key West. Pixel has been seen to communicate with Erin and Ralph. Pixel can apparently transit which allows him to appear and disappear wherever he wishes. A cat which may or may not have been the same Pixel previously appeared in works by Robert A. Heinlein (The Cat Who Walks Through Walls and To Sail Beyond the Sunset), and may also have later appeared in a short story by M. David Blake ("Absinthe Fish").
  • Volk Goblin Volk Art Zugehörigkeit Orgrimmar Fraktion Horde Geschlecht Titel Gesinnung Herkunft Splitterholzposten Zone Gebiet Status Level Stufe Pixel befindet sich beim Splitterholzposten im Eschental. Diese Goblin-Dame war auf der Durchreise nach Ratschet, hatte das ganze Eschental durchquert und sich entschlossen, hier im Splitterholzposten Rast zu machen.
  • Pixel is a large family of very small prepending .com-infecting viruses. Only two of its known variants is more than a kilobyte long. One is as small as 131 bytes, while a significant number are around 300 and 800 bytes.
  • left|thumb|141px|Pixel bei der Paarung Als Pixel werden kleine scheue Tiere bezeichnet die in einer Vielzahl von Biotopen auftauchen. Die meiste Zeit verbringen sie in Programmen und Spielen, jedoch sind sie auch auf anderen Medien wie z.B. Internetseiten zu finden. Pixel treten in verschieden Farben auf und sind meist rechteckig.
  • Pixel is a main character in the Nick Jr. series LazyTown. He is voiced by Kobie Powell, who also provided the voice for most Nick Jr. sound bites and promos from 2004 to 2009.
  • Un écran d'ordinateur est composé de milliers de pixels. Chaque pixel affiche une couleur obtenue à partir de trois teintes primaires : rouge, vert et bleu (RED,GREEN,BLUE soit RGB en abbréviation), selon un pourcentage sur 255 par couleur (par exemple, le blanc est obtenu par la valeur : 255,255,255. Le rouge sera obtenu par 255,0,0, un gris clair correspondra à 200,200,200; le noir est réalisé avec 0,0,0).
  • Pixel (also known as Ashley Wong (Human name), Red Rose, and the Supreme Intelligence) is one of the main antagonist in the Megaman NGX Series. She originally serve as a member of the Five Roses (Assassins of the Bloody Barons), but as the other members are imprisoned as data disks she serves as Bass' Chief Advisor, until the others are a freed.
  • Pixel is a digital creature that was featured in a 1995 installment of the BBC science anthology series Tomorrow's World. The floating sea creature was brought to life by Brian Henson using the Creature Shop's Digital Performance System which allowed the character to interact with presenter Carmen Pryce in real-time.
  • Vous en avez plus d'un million devant vos yeux et ces derniers sont modifiés en moyenne 60 fois par secondes. Vous êtes bien évidemment habitués à tous ces petits points qui composent vos images à l'écran mais savez-vous au fond que l'existence d'un seul de ces pixels est d'une rare complexité ?
  • In digital imaging, a pixel (or picture element) is a single point in a raster image. The pixel is the smallest addressable screen element; it is the smallest unit of picture that can be controlled. Each pixel has its own address. The address of a pixel corresponds to its coordinates. The word pixel is based on a contraction of pix ("pictures") and el (for "element"); similar formations with el for "element" include the words: voxel and texel.
  • Pixel is a spectral reformatted to be a sprite living in the Spectral System. Spectrals are not capable of rebooting, so when Game Cubes began entering the system a small group of spectrals volunteered to be reformatted into sprites so they could fight the Games. Each gained special abilities, Pixel is very logical and apparently emotionless. She can also render people unconscious with a nerve pinch. Pixel was open to listen to the Spectrals when others weren't. She advised Cursor that the Spectrals arguments were logical.
  • A pixel, or picture element, in the context of computer vision, is the numerical value of the scalar (gray scale or index) or vector (color or multispectral) information at one point in a picture, or image. An image is typically represented as an array of pixels. In other contexts, such as displays, cameras, and printers, the notion of a pixel may have a somewhat different definition. | class="diff-deletedline"| |}
  • p Informations Première apparition Dernière apparition Espèce(s) reliée(s) Sous-espèce(s) Membre(s) notable(s) Les Pixels sont une espèce de Super Paper Mario, remplaçant les partenaires des premiers épisodes de la série Paper Mario. Dans ce jeu, ils aident les quatre héros de la légende, Mario, Peach, Luigi et Bowser en leur donnant des pouvoirs spéciaux quand on les utilise. Leur nom, "Pixel", signifie la plus petite partie d'une image numérique, et pourrait être une référence aux "pixies", des créatures du folklore britannique qui ressemblent à des fées, d'où peut-être leur nom japonais : Fairin.
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  • Hologram Computer
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  • Hero
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  • Weiblich
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  • Unknown
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  • Forms
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  • Alignment
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  • Female
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  • Threetails, her friends, happiness, computers, technology, random stuff.
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  • Age
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  • Electricity powers, hacking skills, supreme intelligence, teleportation
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  • Goblin
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  • Skills
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  • Computer/hologram
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  • Taldeva, Rassilon, Eggman, Scourge, people being rude to her friends, the world in danger.
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Animal
  • Dog
Creature
  • Humanoid
Box Title
  • PIXEL
Voice
  • Kobie Powell
Faction
  • Horde
Date
  • November 1989
Origin
  • Greece?
Platform
  • DOS
Status
  • Questgeber
Name
  • Pixel
  • Pixel
Type
  • File virus
ImageSize
  • 200
First
  • "Welcome to LazyTown"
Sex
  • Female
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Featured
  • Tomorrow's World
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  • Pixel
Species
  • Human
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  • .com
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  • 66
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Home
  • LazyTown
Occupation
  • Inventor
Show
  • LazyTown
ID
  • 12724
Interests
  • Technology, computers, machines
Debut
  • 1995
Family
City
  • Orgrimmar
Friends
  • Stephanie, Sportacus, Ziggy, Trixie, Stingy , Mayor, Bessie
Gender
  • Female
  • Male
Race
  • Goblin
Premier
  • Super Paper Mario
Quote
  • "A mouse click away, and life can be so easy!"
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  • 847
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  • A pixel, or picture element, in the context of computer vision, is the numerical value of the scalar (gray scale or index) or vector (color or multispectral) information at one point in a picture, or image. An image is typically represented as an array of pixels. In other contexts, such as displays, cameras, and printers, the notion of a pixel may have a somewhat different definition. A pixel (a portmanteau of picture element) is one of the many tiny dots that make up the representation of a picture in a computer's memory. Usually the dots are so small and so numerous that, when printed on paper or displayed on a computer monitor, they appear to merge into a smooth image]]. The colour and intensity of each dot is chosen individually by the computer to represent a small area of the picture. Pixel is sometimes abbreviated px or pel (for picture element), although pel sometimes refers to sub-pixels. | class="diff-deletedline"| |}
  • Pixel is Capri de Vapida's pet dog. She is usually Capri's inspiration for all her fads.
  • Pixel was a flying seal-like character, with a back fin and scuba-style costume, who appeared on a 1995 installment of the BBC science anthology Tomorrow's World. Pixel was created using the Creature Shop's Henson Performance Control System, a computer animated creation interacting with the presenter in real time.
  • Vous en avez plus d'un million devant vos yeux et ces derniers sont modifiés en moyenne 60 fois par secondes. Vous êtes bien évidemment habitués à tous ces petits points qui composent vos images à l'écran mais savez-vous au fond que l'existence d'un seul de ces pixels est d'une rare complexité ? Au départ, pour afficher un pixel, on demandait à l'ordinateur : « Voudriez-vous bien s'il-vous-plaît monsieur l'ordinateur m'afficher un point à l'écran possédant les coordonnées suivantes : x égal à 17 et y égal à 32. Je vous remercie de votre amabilité et vous contacterai très bientôt pour pouvoir profiter de vos bons et loyaux services. » Un peu plus tard, on a été légèrement plus exigeant : « J'ai entendu dire que vous aviez amélioré votre service en proposant des pixels de 4 couleurs différentes, pourriez-vous donc svp m'afficher un point à l'écran possédant les coordonnées suivantes : x égal à 17 et y égal à 32 et de couleur 3. Je vous en remercie. » Ensuite, l'exigence a encore été poussée un peu plus loin, l'évolution de la technique aidant : « J'ai besoin d'un pixel aux coordonnées x égal à 324 et y égal à 458 dont la couleur est déterminée par ces 3 composantes : le rouge avec une valeur de 56, le vert avec une valeur de 102 et enfin le bleu avec une valeur de 147. Merci. » La 3D arrive ! Désormais votre écran plat a de la profondeur ! La demande en est quelque peu modifiée : « Il me faut vite un pixel aux coordonnées x égal à 324, y égal à 458 et z égal à -34 dont la couleur est déterminée par ces 3 composantes : le rouge avec une valeur de 56, le vert avec une valeur de 102 et enfin le bleu avec une valeur de 147. » Et la lumière fût, une tentative réussie d'illuminer notre écran : « Bon alors, ce pixel : coordonnées x égal à 324, y égal à 458 et z égal à -34 dont la couleur est déterminée par ces 3 composantes : le rouge avec une valeur de 56, le vert avec une valeur de 102 et enfin le bleu avec une valeur de 147 en faisant bien attention qu'une lumière possédant les coordonnées x égal à 712, y égal à 122 et z égal à -347 dont la couleur est déterminée par ces 3 composantes : le rouge avec une valeur de 214, le vert avec une valeur de 168 et enfin le bleu avec une valeur de 247 influence ce pixel et très rapidement car j'en ai un bon million d'autres à commander après ça ! » Tandis qu'aujourd'hui, alors que des dizaines d'effets ont été ajoutés aux capacités graphique des ordinateurs, la création d'un pixel (pourrait-on encore parler de simple affichage ?) donne plus ou moins ceci (lisez ce qui suit très vite) : « Viiiiiiiite, un pixel... coordonnées x 1256... coordonnées y 874... coordonnées z 58... couleur rouge vert bleu 175 48 96... Attention à la lumière de couleur 204 208 212 positionnée à 148 56 -33 ainsi qu'aux 15 autres mentionnées précédemment... L'aspect du matériel est métallique avec une texture correspondant à l'image hjf_48b.jpg... Le degré de transparence est de 87%... Le taux de réflectivité est de 42%... Ah mince, on est en retard sur le planning, laisse tomber et affiche le suivant à la place ! »
  • A pixel (an abbreviation for picture element)
  • In digital imaging, a pixel (or picture element) is a single point in a raster image. The pixel is the smallest addressable screen element; it is the smallest unit of picture that can be controlled. Each pixel has its own address. The address of a pixel corresponds to its coordinates. Pixels are normally arranged in a two-dimensional grid, and are often represented using dots or squares. Each pixel is a sample of an original image; more samples typically provide more accurate representations of the original. The intensity of each pixel is variable. In color image systems, a color is typically represented by three or four component intensities such as red, green, and blue (RGB), or cyan, magenta, yellow, and black (CMYK). In some contexts (such as descriptions of camera sensors), the term pixel is used to refer to a single scalar element of a multi-component representation (more precisely called a photosite in the camera sensor context, although the neologism sensel is also sometimes used to describe the elements of a digital camera's sensor), while in others the term may refer to the entire set of such component intensities for a spatial position. In color systems that use chroma subsampling, the multi-component concept of a pixel can become difficult to apply, since the intensity measures for the different color components correspond to different spatial areas in a such a representation. The word pixel is based on a contraction of pix ("pictures") and el (for "element"); similar formations with el for "element" include the words: voxel and texel.
  • A pixel (short for picture element, using the common abbreviation "pix" for "picture") is a single point in a graphic image. Each such information element is not really a dot, nor a square, but an abstract sample. With care, pixels in an image can be reproduced at any size without the appearance of visible dots or squares; but in many contexts, they are reproduced as dots or squares and can be visibly distinct when not fine enough. The intensity of each pixel is variable; in color systems, each pixel has typically three or four dimensions of variability such as red, green and blue, or cyan, magenta, yellow and black.
  • A pixel (short for picture element, using the common abbreviation "pix" for "picture") is one of the many tiny dots that make up the representation of a picture in a computer's memory. Each such information element is not really a dot, nor a square, but an abstract sample. With care, pixels in an image can be reproduced at any size without the appearance of visible dots or squares; but in many contexts, they are reproduced as dots or squares and can be visibly distinct when not fine enough. The intensity of each pixel is variable; in color systems, each pixel has typically three or four dimensions of variability such and Red, Green and Blue, or Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black.
  • NOTE: The "n" word has been removed since it included bad language. Pixel (puppeteered by Ron Binion and voiced by Julie Westwood, Kobie Powell, and Chris Knowings) is a character who plays too much on the computer.
  • Pixel is a spectral reformatted to be a sprite living in the Spectral System. Spectrals are not capable of rebooting, so when Game Cubes began entering the system a small group of spectrals volunteered to be reformatted into sprites so they could fight the Games. Each gained special abilities, Pixel is very logical and apparently emotionless. She can also render people unconscious with a nerve pinch. The new sprites called themselves the Hero Selective. Other members of the Hero Selective are Robert Cursor, Powerlock, Email, Gigagirl, Copy Girl, Feline, and Cold Boot. When they were not allowed to return to being Spectrals, the Heroes stopped fighting Games and let the Cubes damage the system. Pixel was open to listen to the Spectrals when others weren't. She advised Cursor that the Spectrals arguments were logical. When they started working together, they found that Powerlock and one of the Spectrals were actually viruses in disguise. They were planning to destroy the system, but the Spectrals and Hero Selective captured the Spectral Virus and questioned him. He started to scream how they would never stop his brother, but Pixel grabbed him and rendered him unconscious. They soon found out the other virus was Powerlock. They fought Powerlock in the Principal Office and deleted him. Robert Cursor was injured in the fight with Powerlock, and soon deleted. Pixel and the leader of the Spectrals agreed that they would try to work together in Cursor's name. They said there would be peace soon.
  • p Informations Première apparition Dernière apparition Espèce(s) reliée(s) Sous-espèce(s) Membre(s) notable(s) Les Pixels sont une espèce de Super Paper Mario, remplaçant les partenaires des premiers épisodes de la série Paper Mario. Dans ce jeu, ils aident les quatre héros de la légende, Mario, Peach, Luigi et Bowser en leur donnant des pouvoirs spéciaux quand on les utilise. Leur nom, "Pixel", signifie la plus petite partie d'une image numérique, et pourrait être une référence aux "pixies", des créatures du folklore britannique qui ressemblent à des fées, d'où peut-être leur nom japonais : Fairin. Les Pixels jouables sont Tippi, Lanceloin, Bombi, Svelt, Poilourd, Trans'pote, Tourni, Taptap, Minus, Picou, Véloss et Mifasol. Tippi, au lieu d'avoir été créée par les Anciens comme les autres Pixels, a en fait été secourue par Merlon et transformée en Pixel pour survivre.
  • A pixel (Disneyus chromatici) is a very tiny luminescent monochromatic humanoid with pointy ears, cute little wings, a shrill irritating voice, and magical powers that defy bamboozled evolutionists to this day.
  • Pixel[[:File:|[, ]]] is a goblin quest giver located at Splintertree Post in the contested territory of Ashenvale. She makes a living delivering supplies around the world, and was known for trading a load of Warsong Saw Blades for some payment before the Cataclysm. Now she seems more concerned with destroying ghosts and acquiring satyr horns.
  • PIXEL is a hologram/computer that is close friends with Threetails and is her loyal sidekick. She is usually in her cat form but when something bad is about to happen she then turns into her computer form. No one really knows about her past, all that's known is that she was created by Eggman. She is also a member of Team Metal, when with the team she's in her computer form so Threetails can easily carry her around.
  • Pixel (or The Cat Who Walks Through Windshields) is the former cat of Robert Heinlein who joins the Callahan's gang during their move to Key West. Pixel has been seen to communicate with Erin and Ralph. Pixel can apparently transit which allows him to appear and disappear wherever he wishes. A cat which may or may not have been the same Pixel previously appeared in works by Robert A. Heinlein (The Cat Who Walks Through Walls and To Sail Beyond the Sunset), and may also have later appeared in a short story by M. David Blake ("Absinthe Fish").
  • Volk Goblin Volk Art Zugehörigkeit Orgrimmar Fraktion Horde Geschlecht Titel Gesinnung Herkunft Splitterholzposten Zone Gebiet Status Level Stufe Pixel befindet sich beim Splitterholzposten im Eschental. Diese Goblin-Dame war auf der Durchreise nach Ratschet, hatte das ganze Eschental durchquert und sich entschlossen, hier im Splitterholzposten Rast zu machen.
  • Pixel is a large family of very small prepending .com-infecting viruses. Only two of its known variants is more than a kilobyte long. One is as small as 131 bytes, while a significant number are around 300 and 800 bytes.
  • left|thumb|141px|Pixel bei der Paarung Als Pixel werden kleine scheue Tiere bezeichnet die in einer Vielzahl von Biotopen auftauchen. Die meiste Zeit verbringen sie in Programmen und Spielen, jedoch sind sie auch auf anderen Medien wie z.B. Internetseiten zu finden. Pixel treten in verschieden Farben auf und sind meist rechteckig.
  • Pixel is a main character in the Nick Jr. series LazyTown. He is voiced by Kobie Powell, who also provided the voice for most Nick Jr. sound bites and promos from 2004 to 2009.
  • Un écran d'ordinateur est composé de milliers de pixels. Chaque pixel affiche une couleur obtenue à partir de trois teintes primaires : rouge, vert et bleu (RED,GREEN,BLUE soit RGB en abbréviation), selon un pourcentage sur 255 par couleur (par exemple, le blanc est obtenu par la valeur : 255,255,255. Le rouge sera obtenu par 255,0,0, un gris clair correspondra à 200,200,200; le noir est réalisé avec 0,0,0).
  • Pixel (also known as Ashley Wong (Human name), Red Rose, and the Supreme Intelligence) is one of the main antagonist in the Megaman NGX Series. She originally serve as a member of the Five Roses (Assassins of the Bloody Barons), but as the other members are imprisoned as data disks she serves as Bass' Chief Advisor, until the others are a freed.
  • Pixel is a digital creature that was featured in a 1995 installment of the BBC science anthology series Tomorrow's World. The floating sea creature was brought to life by Brian Henson using the Creature Shop's Digital Performance System which allowed the character to interact with presenter Carmen Pryce in real-time.
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