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Pixelation

Pixelation as a concept is best demonstrated by two versions of the same image, one with a much lower resolution than the other. The image below is the original image, the image to the right is the pixelated image. Both images are exactly 500 x 500 pixels in size (remember a pixel is a block on a screen with a finite size). However, the resolution of the two images differs – the image on the right has a much lower resolution and it is not as “clear” as the original on the left. Accordingly, the image sizes differ with the original image having a size of 194 KB and the low-resolution image 24.2 KB.

Drag the slider to see the before and after results

I also created this post to demonstrate WordPress’ super-cool Image Compare feature!

By MisterFoxOnline

CAT Educator

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