planar

adjective involving two dimensions
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Planar

[computer graphics] In computer graphics, planar is the method of representing pixel colours with several bitplanes of RAM. Each bit in a bitplane is related to one pixel on the screen. Unlike Chunky, Highcolour or Truecolour graphics, the whole data for an individual pixel isn`t in one specific location in RAM, but spread across the bitpla...
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Planar

A form of graphics used in systems with very little processing power or memory, such as the Amiga. The pixel's colour information is stored in several parts of the memory. This is mostly used for 2D games, but is too slow for 3D.
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planar

adj Wide in two dimensions, thin in every other dimension. Examples of planar objects are circles, squares, sheets of paper, cd's, the surface of water, etc. See the chart under tetraspace.
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planar

climate zone under 150 m
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planar

[adj] - involving two dimensions
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