voxmap

Pixel vs Voxmap - What's the difference?

pixel | voxmap |


As nouns the difference between pixel and voxmap

is that pixel is (label) while voxmap is (computer graphics) a three-dimensional array of voxels, analogous to a bitmap of pixels.

Bitmap vs Voxmap - What's the difference?

bitmap | voxmap |


As nouns the difference between bitmap and voxmap

is that bitmap is (computing) a series of bits that represents a rasterized graphic image, each pixel being represented as a group of bits while voxmap is (computer graphics) a three-dimensional array of voxels, analogous to a bitmap of pixels.

Voxel vs Voxmap - What's the difference?

voxel | voxmap |


In computer graphics|lang=en terms the difference between voxel and voxmap

is that voxel is (computer graphics) the three-dimensional analogue of a pixel; a volume element representing some numerical quantity, such as the colour, of a point in three-dimensional space, used in the visualisation and analysis of three-dimensional (especially scientific and medical) data while voxmap is (computer graphics) a three-dimensional array of voxels, analogous to a bitmap of pixels.

As nouns the difference between voxel and voxmap

is that voxel is (computer graphics) the three-dimensional analogue of a pixel; a volume element representing some numerical quantity, such as the colour, of a point in three-dimensional space, used in the visualisation and analysis of three-dimensional (especially scientific and medical) data while voxmap is (computer graphics) a three-dimensional array of voxels, analogous to a bitmap of pixels.

Array vs Voxmap - What's the difference?

array | voxmap |


As nouns the difference between array and voxmap

is that array is clothing and ornamentation while voxmap is (computer graphics) a three-dimensional array of voxels, analogous to a bitmap of pixels.

As a verb array

is to clothe and ornament; to adorn or attire.