Pixels and Sprites Worksheet

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Picture elements or pixels are tiny colored lights that which create an image on our screens. A standard TV has around 2 million pixels. When pixels are lit in a logical manner it makes pictures and video appear. Your task is to create a character for a video game known as a sprite in the grid below. Each square represents a pixel. We will then calculate how much data your character uses.

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