(lej´&nd) (n.) (1) The letters, numbers, characters and words that are imprinted on a keyboard��s keycaps.
(2) In presentation graphics, text that describes the meaning of colors and patterns used in the chart.
In photography and digital photography the lens is the part of the digital camera or video recorder that concentrates light and focuses the image. The lens itself is a single piece of glass (or other transparent materials) with one or more curved surfaces. Cameras usually contain a combination of lenses that receive light rays from […]
- letter quality (LQ)
Refers to print that has the same quality as that produced by a typewriter. Computer printers are sometimes divided into two classes: those that produce letter-quality type, such as laser, ink-jet, and daisy-wheel printers; and those that do not, including most dot-matrix printers. The term letter quality is really something of a misnomer now, because […]
A wide-screen picture on a standard 4:3 aspect ratio television screen. Letterbox typically shows a black area above and below the picture.
- level design
The creation or mapping of game levels in video and computer games. Level design requires specific design tools and software that enables the designer to build levels for a specific game. Level designers have specific roles within the game development process, however a growing trend is also on fans of specific games creating levels for […]
(1) A collection of files. (2) In programming, a library is a collection of precompiled routines that a program can use. The routines, sometimes called modules, are stored in object format. Libraries are particularly useful for storing frequently used routines because you do not need to explicitly link them to every program that uses them. […]