fixed screen

fixed screen

[¦fikst ‚′skrēn]
(mining engineering)
A stationary panel, commonly of wedge wire, used to remove a large proportion of water and fines from a suspension of coal in water.
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they are to be mounted in such a fashion as to fill the 16:10:1 fixed screen.
The surge in mobile viewing is offset with a decline in fixed screen viewing of 2.
The awards showcase the very best and most compelling apps in the field of multimedia; those that are primarily innovative but also driving eyeballs and audiences from the fixed screen to the mobile screen.
You can move the tablet computer just as you do when you're reading a book, greatly reducing the strain caused by trying to read from a fixed screen.
Besides the fixed screen that we have at the stadium, more screens will be put up for the fans who would like to watch the matches here.
He said: "The idea is that ultimately instead of having a laptop with a fixed screen, you will have a keyboard with a piece of flexible plastic that you can roll up and put in your pocket.
The firm's Paisley Rd West shop in Glasgow had a fixed screen display advertising the change AND a big wall poster.
A simple desk wired for phone and computer hookups is surrounded by a curving fixed screen that gives the call-center worker visual and acoustic privacy.
My recommendation is for a fixed screen rather than a roll-up screen.
There is also a cinema room with fixed screen and projector plus surround sound above the three-car garage.

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