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Active Display: A special feature for front panel receiver displays that generates animated patterns for both segmented and dot matrix lcds that proceed the sequential display of information such as clock, . . . View Full Definition
Liquid Crystal Display (LCD): A type of display used in digital watches and many portable computers. LCD displays utilize two sheets of polarizing material with a liquid crystal solution between them. An electric current . . . View Full Definition
Liquid Crystal Display: An LCD television or monitor uses liquid crystals that act as 'shutters' within the television screen. An LCD television has thousands of small light sources at the rear of the display. A la . . . View Full Definition
Most Active List: The stocks with the highest volume of trading on a certain day.
Organizational Display: An organizational display is a detailed graphical or tabular chart, text, spreadsheet or similar presentation of the contractor's organizational structure. It must identify each organization . . . View Full Definition
Radar Displays: A means of displaying target information in a clear and concise manner.
Plasma Display: A Plasma TV Display uses hundreds-of-thousands of miniature, embedded cells to produce a picture. Each cell equals one pixel, (picture element) and has three sub-cells. The three sub-cells a . . . View Full Definition
Interactive Television: An anticipated use of television with interactive content and enhancements, enabling the viewer to interact with the program. Interactive television, in theory, would enhance the entertainme . . . View Full Definition
Interactive Novel: A 'choose-your-own-adventure' style novel in which the reader has the option to choose what will happen next, creating a different possible series of events or endings for the narrative. Oft . . . View Full Definition
Interactive Agency: An agency offering a mix of Web design/development, Internet advertising/marketing, or E-Business/E-Commerce consulting.
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Chromogenic Materials: Color photographic materials which form dyes during processing.