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pixilated

and pixolated
1. mod. bewildered. That little old lady is pixilated.
2. mod. alcohol intoxicated; tipsy. She seems a bit pixolated. She’s probably been drinking.
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Without flattening the masterpiece into a mere pictogram of diffuse pixilation, Whang consistently abstracts the exquisite composition, letting each block oscillate between the symbolic and the indexical.
With more connected devices per hotspot, it's often difficult to watch video without choppiness or pixilation.
Scott Main, the lead tech writer for the Android Developers said that the new zoom technique is a good way for applications to maintain their basic functions without sacrificing too much in the pixilation department.
The equivalent requirement of graphing software is that it should be possible to print a smooth curve completely free of pixilation.
This passage may tell us all we need to know about Eagleton's feel for the play, but through its pixilation we can discern his desire to present a Shakespeare/Shylock who, four hundred years avant le parole, espoused a radical chic trend in contemporary jurisprudence, Critical Legal Theory.
This is a clearly written and well-illustrated book that takes the reader through a number of simple means for animation: sand animation, claymation, cut-out animation and pixilation.
Pixilation problems have been mentioned as an issue using the iPhone app on the larger iPad screen and industry observers also expect tech standards of yet-to-be determined nature to emerge as other tablets establish their niche.
The New York Times reported that German data protection officials had argued that Street View would breach data privacy laws, but they dropped their resistance last year after Google agreed not to disclose details, such as faces, license plates, and house numbers, by using pixilation.
The screen is typically very small, and the pixilation (granularity) of the screen means that photographic images are cartoon-like.
Her latest release, "Rumpelstiltskin," has the same old-fashioned feel as 2009's "Little Red Riding Hood," with a hazy style that approaches pixilation.
Saad Mohseni, Director of Tolo TV, Afghanistan s biggest private TV network which mixes original programing and popular imported fare, said his station has an entire pixilation department.
In reality, problems such as dropped packets, out-of-order packets and jitter (packets arriving at different rates of speed) can cause pixilation, stuttering, visual dropouts, soundtracks losing sync with video, and all sorts of other problems.
Just when you think you're going to hurt somebody if they mention pixilation again, a customer thanks you for showing their grandchild's graduation on TV.
The first OLED television displays have exceptionally vibrant colors, narrow viewing angle and lack of pixilation when the camera is panned.
The closer you get to a bigger TV of equal resolution, the more likely you are to see pixilation of the image.