Glossary

Clustered Dithering

Clustered Dithering is an application of the traditional halftone procedure used in analog photography to computer graphics. It simulates variable point sizes. Digital halftones are created by dividing the image into halftone cells, whose individual pixels are assigned different colors. The sample images show the result of a conversion with CPMcopy using Clustered Dithering with the default setting of 3.

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