i dont really know what they are called lol lmfao
they are called pixels
The dart spots are called marias and the bright highlands are the terrae
I assume that you are talking about the flat film from which the 3-D holographic image is projected. That film appears as millions of dots that look as if they were randomly placed. The actual 3-D object cannot be discerned by looking at the dots. It is only from interference patterns created by sending, splitting and recombining coherent laser light projected through the flat film of dots, that the 3-D image can be seen. The dots are distributed information. If you cut up the flat hologram film into pieces, each piece will produce the complete 3-D image that the whole original film would have produced. There is enough information recorded in the distribution of dots to not only provide the redundancy described, but also to provide multiple views of the the 3-D image, so that one could look around the projected image to see other sides of it. Note that the "holographic" jewelry that you see are not true holographic projections, but rather lenticular technology. They are simply rows of fine plastic prisms that focus on various strips of multiple images depending on your viewing angle. The original photos might be of holographic projections, or of physical objects, or of digital artists' creations.
rainbow did not buy out Dots.. they just took over some of there locations
they are called pixels
They're called - pixels. The word pixel is a contraction of the phrase 'picture element'.
it made up of dots
The tiny dots that are visible on photo images are called pixels. There are generally thousands of pixels in a small area of a photograph. The larger the number of pixels in a small area, the clearer the photograph appears.
Raster or Bitmap image.
Each pixel is made up of three colored dots (Red, Green and Blue). The computer's processor tells the screen which pixels to switch on and which color to display. This happens THOUSANDS of times in a second - giving you a stable image to look at.
i believe it is called three dots
Abbreviated dpi. The number of dots that can be printed, side by side, along a line one inch long; a measure of the resolution of a printing device, printed image or image on an electronic display screen such that a greater number of dots per inch represents higher image quality.
Resolution refers to how sharp an image is. The more pixels (dots) it takes to make up an image, the more detail it has.