panoramic display

panoramic display

[¦pan·ə¦ram·ik di′splā]
(electronics)
A display that simultaneously shows the relative amplitudes of all signals received at different frequencies.
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Users will see things differently with the widened 21:9 panoramic display that establishes a new level of visual comfort for the reading of web pages and e-mail and dramatically brings videos and games to life with cinematic flair.
Sleep is a panoramic display of male and female nudes, partially covered, and usually paired in sexually suggestive positions--a continuum of flesh that, although almost dead in appearance, is erotically alive.
The exhibition, which features a panoramic display of photographs showing the many cultures present in Belgium and Northern France from 1914-18, is built around a number of 'cells', looking at different aspects of the experience of coloured men on the Western Front.
(1) The panoramic image displays anatomy differently than plain film due its tomographic origin and panoramic display. It can be especially helpful in the imaging of mandibular fractures and pathologies of the head and neck, particularly of the oral cavity and mandible.
The panoramic display showcases Revolution's RevMatrix technology, which features hundreds of custom proprietary brushless dc gearmotors manufactured by PennEngineering.
cathode-ray tube for a panoramic display of frequency vs.
Photo: With product categories identified on overhanging canopies, a panoramic display of freshbaked products are merchandised on movable racks.
The entirety of interactions that the passenger does with the car will be via the panoramic display and an augmented interface.
AirTouch utilises sensors built into the dashboard to activate a large panoramic display within seconds.
At the Farnborough International Air Show 2014, Finmeccanica - Selex ES will introduce a latest-generation cockpit equipped with a new panoramic display designed to meet civil and military customers' growing requirements for "Flight Situation Awareness" for fixed and rotary wing platforms.
It will provide information on the user's immediate surroundings through a 3D panoramic display and label the main points of interest, such as hills, woodland, lakes and villages, to help the user identify their location.
Under the current contract for some 40 systems (which was won in a competition with E-Systems and Magnavox), Harris will provide local area networking, software, tactical computers and a panoramic display.