Image Pixellation

In computer graphics, pixellation is an effect caused by displaying an image at such a large size that individual pixels are visible to the eye.

What is a pixel?

A pixel is a small single-coloured square display element. A Photo you take on your digital camera is made up of many pixels. You may have heard of Megapixels, your phone may have a 2Mp(Megapixel) camera built-in.

For a camera with an array of 4500  x 3111 is commonly said to have “14 megapixels”

What does pixellation look like?

The image on the left in normal and the image on the right shows severe pixellation.

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Updated 14th May 2020