Video Display

  • (noun): An electronic device that represents information in visual form.

Some articles on video display, display, video:

Tulip System-1
... Its 6845-based video display controller could display 80×24 text in 8 different fonts for supporting different languages, including a (Videotex based) font for 2×3 pseudo graphic symbols for ... The video display generator could also display graphics with a 384×288 or 768×288 (color) or 768×576 (monochrome) pixel resolution using its built-in NEC 7220 video display Coprocessor, which had ...
Dick Smith Super-80 Computer - Modifications
... The El Graphix kit added the ability to display lower case characters and "chunky" graphics ... VDU Expansion Board (VDUEB) was an enhanced video display board for the Super-80 developed by Microcomputer Engineering (MCE) ... The VDUEB gave the Super-80 an 80×25 video display with limited graphics capabilities ...
List Of Home Computers By Video Hardware - Explanation of The Terms Used in The Tables
... the name of the chip that was used as the basis for the video logic ... Video RAM the maximum amount of RAM used for the video display, depending on the resolution used the system may use less ... more than one mode was possible Font extras describes extra graphical possibilities a video system had because of optional features of their character sets, there are currently three ...
Dick Smith Super-80 Computer - Technical Description
... count down, a novel technique was used to implement the video display ... Instead of an expensive video display controller chip with dedicated memory, the Super-80 used discreet TTL logic to implement the video display and 512 bytes of ... The video display circuitry would then read from the shared RAM while it refreshed the image on the screen ...

Famous quotes containing the words display and/or video:

    I mistrust the satisfaction which makes a display of the possession of Infinity; that is called fatuity in philosophic terms.
    Edgar Quinet (1803–1875)

    These people figured video was the Lord’s preferred means of communicating, the screen itself a kind of perpetually burning bush. “He’s in the de-tails,” Sublett had said once. “You gotta watch for Him close.”
    William Gibson (b. 1948)