Pixelization

A special effect available in image-processing programs that converts continuous tone images into large rectangular blocks, used to deliberately impart a "digitized" look to an image. Pixelization is also an undesirable condition of digital images in which the individual pixels are large enough to be egregiously visible. Also called pixellation.

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