double screen

double screen

[¦dəb·əl ′skrēn]
(electronics)
Three-layer cathode-ray tube screen consisting of a two-layer screen with the addition of a second long-persistence coating having a different color and different persistence from the first.
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Double screens prevented him from escaping into the woods, and each night Lee Sing locked him in and each morning let him out.
Will LG's double screen phone case revolutionize how companies make foldable smartphones.
A double screen in the centre of the dash means all the digital info is easily accessed so the driver doesn't have to peer through the steering wheel to check speed or fuel levels.
That feel extends to the aluminium gearshift paddles and with the Velar's high tech double screen central display the cockpit is very classy.
These machines reduce large no-bake lumps to grain size, scrub the sand, double screen and classify the sand, separate out tramp metal and debris, and have the best output/yield worldwide.
Most possessions featured either a post-up, a play where a guy started in the corner, ran through a double screen and caught the ball at the top of the key with a chance to turn the corner; or they just spread everyone out and someone drove to the basket.
The wonderful sweeping double screen starts at the driver's door and runs across the central console towards the passenger side of the car, giving it a terrific futuristic feel.
The cabin has a sweeping double screen which starts at the driver's door and runs across the central console to the passenger side of the car.
This version featured the fabulous new double screen set-up which is very user-friendly.
From our sample, there were a total of 155 single screen venues showing double features and another 67 double screen venues also showing double features (giving a total of 578 possible screen showings).
As a result, the exhibition was best viewed as a series of technical vignettes, some of which were extremely rewarding on their own terms, such as the small collection of cliche verre works by Barbizon School artists, and Andrew Beck's excellent Double Screen, 2016, a site-specific project in which acrylic panels, photographic paper, and painted black triangles climbed the Lye Centre's vertiginous interior walls.