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Pixelated Kingdom

by Yusef AlAhmad

Pix·el·ated [pik–suh–leyted]:

When an image is magnified to a point that its resolution does not have smooth edges and clear tones, the image's pixels begin to look like squares. The appearance of these squares is called pixelation and the image is considered pixelated. This represents low design standards. However, pixelization may be deliberately created when applied to specific areas of an image and it may be used to hide nudity or sensitive data as well as keep a person's identity safe.


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