A process in which graphics are formed by an array of pixels arranged in rows and columns.
See BIT-MAPPED GRAPHICS.
Raster-based graphics have become a standard technology and are popularly known by their GIF and JPEG formats. Raster graphics use pixel-by-pixel definitions as opposed to vector graphics which use computer algorithms to describe shapes, lines, animation, etc. (see GIF & JPG)
A method of representing a two-dimensional image by dividing it into a rectangular two-dimensional array of picture elements (pels), achieved by scanning.
Also referred to as bitmap images; an image composed of pixels or an image represented with a matrix of dots.
The display of graphic images using a collection of small, separate dots called a bit map. The graphic's resolution is limited by the capabilities of the display or printing device. Synonymous with bit-mapped graphic. Adobe PhotoShop is a popular image editor that rasterises images that it opens
Alternate term for bitmapped graphics. See Bitmap.
Printing pictures as opposed to text by using bit-mapped graphics. A Bit-mapped graphic is a graphic image formed by a pattern of pixels and limited in resolution to the maximum resolution of the printer.
A method of generating graphics in which images are stored as multitudes of small, independently controlled dots (pixels) arranged in rows and columns.
This form of graphics is probably what you are looking at now. Composed of pixels on a bitmap, it allows for solid colored objects and graphics as we know...
graphics drawn with colored dots
A common method of presenting computer graphic images on a CRT, based on the technology of television, that uses an electron beam to excite phosphor dots (pixels) inside the CRT screen and make them glow.
Computer graphics in which a display image is composed of an array of pixels arranged in rows and columns.
A raster-based graphic, such as a JPEG file, is composed of tiny dots, or pixels. Contrast it with vector graphics.
See Bitmap images.
A method for maintaining a screen image as patterns of dots. (See also bit-mapped.)
A raster graphics , digital image, or bitmap, is a data file or structure representing a generally rectangular grid of pixels, or points of color, on a computer monitor, paper, or other display device. The color of each pixel is individually defined; images in the RGB color space, for instance, often consist of colored pixels defined by three bytes—one byte each for red, green and blue. Less colorful images require less information per pixel; for example, an image with only black and white pixels requires only a single bit for each pixel.