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Per-Pixel Shading

Per-Pixel Shading is the ability to calculate lighting effects at the pixel level, shading each individually according to lighting effects. This greatly increaes the precision and believable realism of any scene.

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Pixel Perfect is a 2004 Disney Channel Original Movie. It was first shown in January 2004, to 1.58 million viewers. As might be expected from a Disney branded production, Pixel Perfect can be somewhat teenager-orientated, however it is essentially S1m0ne, given a new twist.

The 2004 Disney Channel Original Movie Pixel Perfect, is not available outside of Disney broadcast releases, but the soundtrack is. Among the tracks on it, are three songs, each with multiple meanings yet, from the way they were presented in the film, it is clear they were meant to refer to aspects of the life of a computer generated singer.


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Microsoft researchers have built a prototype display technology that mimics the optics in a telescope (at the scale of individual display pixels), with results that are faster and more efficient than a liquid crystal display (LCD).

Forget HD. NHK of Japan, plans to develop and launch a higher-quality 33.2 million pixel broadcast standard by 2015. 24Gb per second, per home....

In the modern world, tech nomads are increasingly common ? professionals who access the net and work on the move, carrying their laptop from caf? to meeting, meeting to meeting and back to the caf? again.

Nvidia corporation,...

In 2005, Mary Lou Jepsen joined Nicholas Negroponte, founder of MIT's Media Lab, to build a $100 laptop for each of the poorest children of the world. As CTO of the One Laptop per Child (OLPC) project, Jepsen discovered that a laptop could...

On January 23, 2009 e-paper testing was started in Japan around Toshima Ward Office, which is just east of JR Ikebukuro Station. A wireless network was set up at the Toshima Life and Industry Plaza and served as the emergency hub for dissem...