(pronunciation: di – ’splA)
Etymology: Anglo-French

– setting or presentation of something in open view
– an eye-catching arrangement by which something is exhibited
– an electronic device that temporarily presents information in visual form.

(pronunciation: el – sE – dE)
Etymology: abbreviation of Liquid Crystal Display

– a constantly operating display that consists of segments of liquid crystal whose reflectivity varies according to the voltage applied to them.

(pronunciation: el – E – ’dE)
Etymology: abbreviation of – Light Emitting Diode A semi conductor diode that emits light when a voltage is applied to it and that is used in an electronic display.

(pronunciation: pix – sel)
Etymology: pix + element

– any of the small discrete elements that together constitute an image – as in a Television screen.

(pronunciation: vid – dE – ’O)
Etymology: Latin: videre – to see + o as in audio

– the visual portion of television
– being, relating to, or involving images on a television or computer display

(pronunciation: dE – eL – pE)
Etymology: abbreviation of – Digital Light Processing

– utilizing DMD – digital micro-mirror devices that enable upon a screen surface hundreds of thousands of minute mirrors to refract light to compose a complete data or video image

(pronunciation: pro – jek – shen)

– the display of still or motion pictures by projecting an image.