raster burn


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raster burn

(1)
(Or terminal illness) Eyestrain brought on by too many hours of looking at low-resolution, poorly tuned, or glare-ridden monitors, especially graphics monitors.

raster burn

(2)
The "burn-in" condition your CRT tends to get if you don't use a screen saver.
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This includes the need for a hard disk to store airline logos within the monitor so that the airport LAN or WAN does not grind to a halt; the requirement of displaying multi-sector origin and destinations without displaying IATA codes or subsequent line drop or airport name truncation; and raster burn with old fashioned pixel addressing, which in turn creates poorly displayed information and subsequent re-tubing costs.