CRT stands for Cathode Ray Tube,
This is the way that the image is projected onto the screen. In much the same way as old style TVs and is the reason CRT screens have that big back end (to accomadate the Cathode Ray Tube)
This is different from newer Computer Monitors such as TFT screens; Trans reflective. Etc
Assuming CRT type display then when a black part is shown then if you just look at the black part with the rest of the picture covered or sheilded then you will see that the black is still grey or same as when tube is not illuminated. Bottom line-- no such thing as black on screen , only black compared to rest of picture ! I invite you to try it ! Pete
The study of computers is called computer science and Chuck Norris too.
The color of the background screen is electronically filled with another image. It is called Chroma key. You can see it fail when the person in front of the screen wares the same color as the screen.
A computer screen can be called a few things. Most commonly, they are referred to as "Computer Monitors". They are also called "Computer Displays". Sometimes, they are referred to by the technology they employ to display an image, or by other physical characteristics of the device. For example, sometimes the abbreviation CRT is referring to a computer monitor. CRT stands for Cathode Ray Tube. CRT monitors are very similar to older televisions. Sometimes, monitors are called Flat Panel Displays. This usually means that it is an LCD monitor.
CRT Cathod ray tube
The total number of spots on a CRT screen that are addressable by software is called screen resolution. Typical resolutions include 1024x768, 800x600 and 1600x1200.
The result of processing data on a computer can be viewed on a display, monitor, screen, CRT, VDT, LED display, printer or be obtained by voice output.
Prior to flat screen TVs the technology was CRT (cathode ray tube)
The screen on a computer is part of a monitor. It is referred as the monitor "panel" or as the "display surface" The latter is the surface of the large end of a cathode ray tube, where images are created.
It's called a triad.
The term CRT is techie shorthand for Cathode Ray Tube. A CRT configuration was first used for such items as scientific instruments (eg Sine Meters, Wave Form Generators) and older type televisions. In computer terms, CRT identifies the older type of Monitor (with the deep back) as opposed to the modern LCD flat-screen monitors.
I think you are talking about the older style TVs ? The 13" to 40" with the hard glass screens were called CRT tube TVs. The big one were CRT projection Tvs.
A CRT, cathode ray tube, is used in televisions and traditional computer monitors to create images by deflecting and accelerating the electron beans onto the screen. It is a vacuum tube that contains electron guns.
The abbreviation is CRT.