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By host on 9/13/2010 4:01 PM

Anel writes:

Football season is here again!  Have you ever attended (or watched on television) a football game where the spectators were given colored cards to raise in above their heads at a given time, forming  an image or slogan?  If you’ve ever seen such an exhibition, it makes it easier to understand pixels and how they work on a computer screen. 


A pixel (short for picture element) is simply an individual point of color on a digital image.  Just like fans hold up colored cards in a stadium individual pixels light up on your display screen to form a patterned image. 

  Card stunt from 2004 Rose Bowl
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