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(Photography) (tr, adverb) to darken (areas on a photographic print) by exposing them to light while masking other regions
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Burn-in is, to be clear, different from image retention: the former won't go away, while the latter will dissipate after a certain period of time.
Re-check workstations, an option for remote screening and a SCADA (supervisory control & data acquisition) system for image retention, monitoring, statistics and reporting were also included in the order.
These effects, also referred to as 'memory effect', 'ghosting', 'image retention', 'sticky image' or imprecisely as 'burn-in', tangibly impair the picture quality of a television.
Among the worst nightmares of viewers and gamers alike is television image retention - the lasting imprint of an image that remains static on the screen for an extended period of time.
On Friday, Cupertino updated its display support page to make clear that the X might suffer a little image retention, too.
For the Pixel 2 XL, it seems as though users were seeing screen burn-in or some form of image retention with Android's navigational bar, which sits at the bottom of the display.
The latest technology of the Samsung QLED also prevents any burn-ins or otherwise known as image retention for long time game play.
With an image archive of over 20TB that is growing at a rate of 2 to 3TB a year, the LOOK Photography companies needed a cost efficient file sharing solution that would streamline their image retention while delivering remote access and collaboration with ease.
It offers built-in 10-watt speakers, a public display-grade panel to protect against permanent image retention and a full selection of inputs, including digital loop-through.