DISKAlso called DISC. (1) A flat photomatrix used in phototypesetting
and computer equipment; (2) A layer of magnetic oxide used to store
DISK DRIVEA device that reads, adds, or deletes information stored on a
DISPLAY LETTERINGAny large, prominent lettering used to attract
DISPLAYSA collection of objects and images arranged to tell a story.
DISPLAY TYPELarge type used for headings and titles.
DISSOLVEThe fading of one scene as another replaces it.
DISSOLVE UNITAn electronic device that automatically pulses a slide
projector to dissolve an image and replace it with another.
DISTORTION Changed or twisted out of natural shape.
DIVIDERSAn instrument used for dividing lines into equal segments and
DOMINANTProminent or most important.
DOT MATRIX PRINTERA printer that uses a number of pins to form
letters and numbers.
DOTS PER INCHAlso called DPI. A standard measurement for
resolution in the computer graphics industry.
DOUBLE-ACTION AIRBRUSHAn airbrush that requires the user to
push down a button to expel air through the brush and to pull back the button
to release paint.
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