bitmapped display

bitmapped display

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The result is a true "write-only" interface for all the blending, depth check, stencil (as described in the OpenGL specification), and 256 raster operations for Microsoft Windows(R) 95 and 98 device-independent bitmapped display drivers.
Technologies like videoconferencing, bitmapped displays, real-time text editing, hypertext that prefigured the World Wide Web, and, of course, the mouse that we still use today were shown at a computer conference in San Francisco, back in 1968 by Engelbart.