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A pixel is the base element of a digital image in computer graphics.
Pixel may also refer to:
- Chromebook Pixel, a touchscreen chromebook laptop from Google
- IP Pixel, Chicago-based interactive advertising agency
- Pixel (game developer), the art name of Daisuke Amaya, creator of the freeware game Cave Story
- Quad (rocket), a VTOL rocket known as "pixel", developed in 2006 by Armadillo Aerospace
- Digital RGB LED - RGB LEDs that contain their own "smart" control electronics also known by the genericised name neopixel
- Pixelpoint, point stylus technology, that uses Bluetooth LE and accelerometer. 
- Pixel (webcomic), a webcomic written by Chris Dlugosz
- Pixel (LazyTown), a fictional character good with technology
- Pixel, a fictional cat from Robert A. Heinlein's novel The Cat Who Walks Through Walls
- Pixels (2010 film), a 2010 French animated short film
- Pixels (2015 film), a 2015 American 3D live-action/computer-animated science fiction comedy film
- Tracking pixel, a web bug, a method to track user behavior on web sites
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