voxel

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Blend of volume and element or volumetric and pixel.

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voxel (plural voxels)

  1. (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

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