(pixel) The smallest resolvable rectangular area of an image, either on a screen or stored in memory. Each pixel in a monochrome image has its own brightness, from 0 for black to the maximum value (e.g. 255 for an eight-bit pixel) for white. In a colour image, each pixel has its own brightness and colour, usually represented as a triple of red, green and blue intensities (see RGB).
/ˈpɪktʃəˌɡəʊə/ noun 1. (Brit, old-fashioned) a person who goes to the cinema, esp frequently
noun 1. a woman’s hat having a very broad, flexible brim, often decorated with feathers, flowers, or the like. noun 1. a decorated hat with a very wide brim, esp as worn by women in paintings by Gainsborough and Reynolds
- Picture house
noun 1. (mainly Brit) an old-fashioned name for cinema (sense 1a)
noun 1. a picture spread. See under (def 33).