May refer to the most fundamental mark, one level more fundamental than a line. And it may refer to a particular point, or location. Something having many dots has been said to be "punctuated." When an area is occupied by dots, spots or speckles of many colors, it may be described as variegated. Also, "dot" is a computer term for either a pixel or that punctuation also called a period or point.Examples:Abelardo Morell (American, born Cuba, 1948-), Leaning Tower of Pisa Illustration for the Blind, 2000, Morell's photograph of a book illustration intended to be "seen" by a blind person. This picture and the Braille text that is part of it is comprised entirely of embossed dots. See campanile.