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screen resolution

The number of pixel groups on screen which a computer can control. Determines the sharpness of an image.
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In 2008, for instance, practical guidelines from the American Telemedicine Association advised at least 24 color bits and in 2012 it recommended a resolution of 800x600 pixels, but preferably 1024x768 ones [1, 4,10].
This takes approximately 0.5 seconds for a 800x600 color image.
The nose cone camera was a Point Grey Scorpion 20SO research camera, equipped with a Sony ICX274 Type 1/1.8" (8.923 mm diagonal) CCD camera, with a resolution of 800x600 pixels.
automotive automotive motorcycle Camera type ICMOS CMOS CMOS Repetition rate 6688 11019 9009 (Hz) Exposure time 20 20 29 ([micro]s) Spectral window 300-335 400-800 400-800 (nm) (Relay) lens Hybrid R- 50 mm f/1.2 + 50 mm f/1.2 system DO 250 mm close-up lens Region of 800x600 608 x456 512x312 interest ([pixels.sup.2]) Imaging system Full optical access, unintensified (HS) Engine Research engine Camera type CMOS Repetition rate 18018 (Hz) Exposure time 15 ([micro]s) Spectral window (nm) (Relay) lens system Region of interest ([pixels.sup.2])
DIMENSIONS: Minimum resolution of 800x600. COLOR: Multiple colors.
Projectors are available in different resolutions - 800x600; HD, Full HD and even 4k.
Even in a simple VGA monitor with resolution 800x600 pixels, more than 5000 hexadecimal numbers may be shown, allowing the functionality of Hamming weight counters for binary vectors with more than 20 thousand bits to be evaluated.
The display was a 10-inch with 800x600 pixels resolution.