Pixelization of a Font

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When a character is rendered on a digital display, it is turned into a collection of discrete pixels. See what happens as the resolution changes. Antialiasing improves the appearence of rasterized graphics by using different colors and shades for pixels where only a fraction of them would be geometrically inside an object.

Contributed by: Stephen Wolfram (March 2011)
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