What does the flat panel detector pixel size mean?Pixel, Chinese full name is image element. Pixels are just a measure of resolution, not picture quality. By definition, a pixel refers to the basic encoding of the basic primary pigment and its gray scale. A pixel is the basic unit of a digital image, and the resolution of an image is usually expressed in units of PPI (pixels per inch). For example, 300x300PPI resolution means that the number of pixels per inch in the horizontal and vertical directions is 300, and it can also be expressed as 90,000 (300×300) pixels in one square inch. Just like photographed photos, digital images also have continuous shades. If we magnify the image several times, we will find that these continuous tones are actually composed of many small square dots of similar colors. These small square dots constitute the image. The smallest unit – pixel. This smallest graphic unit is usually a single dot of color displayed on the screen. The higher the pixel, the richer the color palette it has, and the more realistic the color can be expressed.
The pixel size refers to the small squares of the image. These small squares have a clear position and assigned color value. The color and position of the small squares determine the appearance of the image. Pixel dimensions can be thought of as an indivisible unit or element within an entire image. Indivisible means that it cannot be cut into smaller units or elements, and it exists as a small grid of a single color. Each bitmap image contains a certain amount of pixel size, which determines the size of the image on the screen.
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