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visual display unit (VDU)

a means of displaying COMPUTER output, usually on a television-style screen or liquid crystal display unit.
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Walking, it would be, I feared, since, for me, that idea was inseparably associated with the visual impression of Fyne.
"Who can it be?" thought Hepzibah, who had been screwing her visual organs into the acutest focus of which they were capable.
Here matter new to gaze the Devil met Undazl'd, farr and wide his eye commands, For sight no obstacle found here, nor shade, But all Sun-shine, as when his Beams at Noon Culminate from th' AEQUATOR, as they now Shot upward still direct, whence no way round Shadow from body opaque can fall, and the Aire, No where so cleer, sharp'nd his visual ray To objects distant farr, whereby he soon Saw within kenn a glorious Angel stand, The same whom JOHN saw also in the Sun: His back was turnd, but not his brightness hid; Of beaming sunnie Raies, a golden tiar Circl'd his Head, nor less his Locks behind Illustrious on his Shoulders fledge with wings Lay waving round; on som great charge imploy'd Hee seemd, or fixt in cogitation deep.
And the visual appearance is filled out with feeling of what the object would be like to touch, and so on.
[ClickPress, Wed Jun 12 2019] The past decade has registered high adoption of audio and visual public address systems such as portable speakers, amplifiers, mixtures, microphones, counter communication systems, and others.
The gist of present study is the premise to elucidate the comparison of students' self-concept on the basis of visual impairment and normal vision.
This opportunity gap was due be explored at Dmexco earlier this month in a number of sessions dedicated to smarter search, and it emphasises that brands need to prepare themselves for visual search.
As part of a growing commitment to developing a Canadian community that could share research on visual theories and methodologies, I joined the ISA Visual Sociology Executive Board in 2014 as well as the organizing committee of the 2016 Annual Qualitative Analysis Conference (also known as "the Qualitatives").
In routine clinical practice, we assess the visual field to detect or monitor eye disease.
Internal orientation in space and motion in humans are influenced by centrally integrated visual, vestibular, and proprioceptive inputs.
Neuroscientists from TE-bingen have discovered how our brain processes visual stimuli above and below the horizon differently.
“We are pleased to welcome Brenda back to the Visual 2000 team,” said Charles Benoualid, Vice President of R&D.