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pixilation

(1) A misspelling of pixelation. See pixelated.

(2) A stop motion technique in which people or objects are photographed at different intervals as they move. Each video frame appears connected in purpose, but disconnected in time, from the previous one. Pixelation dates back to films made in the early 1900s. See also pixelation.
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Rossetti's poem, I think, implies that "seeing goblins" may be a way of turning a blind eye on a looming problem: a "goblinization" or pixilation of a troubling object of thought whose provocative nature is thereby simultaneously adumbrated and disavowed.
Munro coined the term 'pixilation' to describe the technique of shooting live actors as if they were stop-motion characters, used in 'Neighbors'.
* Redaction Process: If an individual's identity or image is prohibited from dissemination, then redaction of the face or other identifying features will be required for each frame, by "black out" or "pixilation." (124) Additional methods include making the entire recording fuzzy, snipping out sections, and automated redaction that can assist with recognizing and following a face or object.
Of course classical physics cannot include conscious states (nor biology!); the uncertainty principle imbues a "pixilation" into nature as a result of the action of mind; finally, QM includes "potential", not billiard balls.
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An orange aura surrounds it, as if bleeding, and musical examples have been enlarged to the point of pixilation on the page.
The daily programme will include creative translation of texts from Homer, creative writing based on Homeric epics and teaching of animation pixilation techniques.
pixilation and interruptions within a surveillance system.
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Measurement of burr height and burnish depth was carried out using a SFB micrometer and Nikon SMZ745T Microscope combined with the pixilation method, respectively.