Dot Pitch


Dot pitch, or “pixel pitch,” is a measurement that defines the sharpness of a display. It procedures the distance between the dots that display the image on the screen.

This space is very little and is usually measured in fractions of millimeters. For Example of the exact same color inside of the display screen. The maximum dot increases the quality of images or printed documents.

Dot pitch may be measured in linear units (with smaller numbers meaning higher resolution), usually millimeters (mm), or as a rate, for example dots per inch (with a larger number meaning higher resolution). Closer spacing produces a sharper image (as there are more dots in a given area).

Do you know ?

The computer mouse as we know it today was invented and developed by Douglas Engelbart, with the assistance of Bill English, during the 1960’s and was patented on November 17, 1970