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virtual display

A technology that creates a larger screen image than is physically present. It typically refers to head mounted display technologies in the form of goggles or external viewers, as well as heads-up displays for automobiles. It may also refer to various software techniques used in imaging applications. See head mounted display, heads-up display, virtual monitor and virtual screen.


A Virtual Display for Faxes
The FaxView from Reflection Technologies was an earlier device that weighed eight ounces, worked with most cellphones and stored 25 fax pages. Its virtual display simulated a 12" monitor (top), and its "virtual keyboard" (lever and buttons) let you select menu options. (Images courtesy of Reflection Technology, Inc.)


A Virtual Display for Faxes
The FaxView from Reflection Technologies was an earlier device that weighed eight ounces, worked with most cellphones and stored 25 fax pages. Its virtual display simulated a 12" monitor (top), and its "virtual keyboard" (lever and buttons) let you select menu options. (Images courtesy of Reflection Technology, Inc.)
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