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display screen

[di′splā ‚skrēn]
(computer science)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

display screen

A surface area upon which text, graphics and video are temporarily made to appear for human viewing. Today's screens use LCD or OLED technology. See LCD and OLED.
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Demonstrating a public-sector application of holographically enhanced rear-projection display screens, Lewisham Library in London, England, has installed a touch sensitive interactive information display in its street-facing window, claiming to be the first library in the world to do so.
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(An effect familiar to those who remember psychedelic light shows produced with low-tech slide projectors.) This camouflage of illumination is augmented by a small LED display screen set into one elevation which projects more recognizable entertainment and news images.
Both launches employed the weapon's stop motion aimpoint update capability, which allows the target image to be frozen on the cockpit display screen and gives the pilot the ability to change the aimpoint up until the final.
Getting the display screen to respond to the computer instantaneously, just as if it were mounted above the module in a clamshell case, required `building' an entirely new communications protocol.
The consumer gets performance benefits, including a display screen that is brighter, with richer color, so information can be easily viewed from multiple angles without backlighting, Dow says.
At $799, the all-in-one 400MHz personal computer's processing unit, 15-inch display screen and speakers share one console.
The analyzer produces the results of all the calculations needed to report the amount retained and passed by each sieve and displays it on the display screen. The analyzer incorporates a sophisticated microprocessor that allows for customized benefits including: test results can be sent to the instrument's printer for an original hard copy or to your computer for further analysis; you can have the test results printed on a customized certificate of your choice; it can store the individual sieve weights for all of your sieve stacks; and it operates as a stand alone balance.
Investor Plus features a clear, oversized display screen and large keys for ease of use.
Colab is basically a meeting room in which the participants, seated at personal computers, can send computer data to one another and place it on a large display screen. This screen is the "shared space" where text and images can be modified, moved around, linked, clustered, or stored for later retrieval.
It houses a 4.8-inch display screen. When the handset was announced, it was recognized by Guiness World Records for its thickness.