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viewers, plural;
  1. A person who looks at or inspects something

  2. A person watching television or a movie

  3. A device for looking at slides or similar photographic images

  1. spectator: a close observer; someone who looks at something (such as an exhibition of some kind); "the spectators applauded the performance"; "television viewers"; "sky watchers discovered a new star"
  2. an optical device for viewing photographic transparencies
  3. (viewers) viewing audience: the audience reached by television
  4. ViEWER, or Virtual Environment Workbench for Education and Research, is a free-of-charge computer program written by researchers at the University of Idaho for the study of visual perception and complex immersive three-dimensional environments. ...
  5. (Viewership) Audience measurement measures how many people are in an audience, usually in relation to radio listenership and television viewership, but also in relation to newspaper and magazine readership and, increasingly, web traffic on websites. ...
  6. Someone that views some spectacle; an onlooker or spectator; Someone who watches television; Any optical device used to view photographic slides; A program that displays the contents of a file of digital images; an image viewer or file viewer
  7. (viewership) collectively, the viewers of a television program
  8. An stand-alone application used to display files of different formats. For example a QuickTime move viewer or a JPG file viewer.
  9. A program launched by a browser to view files that the browser cannot handle internally and that are accessed by standard hypertext anchors. Thus you have viewers for JPEG images, sound files, and MPEG movies. Viewers are also often called helpers or helper applications. ...
  10. An application used to display an image format not supported by a particular browser. One of the many helper applications browsers such as Netscape use to support a variety of formats.
  11. Application used to display graphical objects, generally in raster format. Viewer applications allow users to zoom, pan, and otherwise modify the display of the object.
  12. A role assigned to a user for an object in a model such as a process, library, organization unit, or a document. This role allows the user to view the object or document and its attributes, and participate in discussions.
  13. A read-only stand-alone software system that supports the display, manipulation, and query of spatial databases. Commercial products that enable user reference and analyzed spatial databases prepared by a full function read-write product within the same product line. ...
  14. The Victorians produced Slide Viewers. Typically they have a lens to view the slide and a mirror to light the back of the slide.
  15. A plug-in that supports basic modeless dialogs.
  16. The person in a viewing session whose role is to examine his/her world and arrive at insights concerning it. Viewing is done by the viewer, not by the facilitator. The viewer should not be concerned with the mechanics of the session or the session agenda. S/he should only be concerned with viewing.
  17. An individual who sees auras and symbols around others that may speak of their past, present, and possible future.
  18. A person seeing and interacting with internet delivered programming (see Broadcast).
  19. A program that allows graphics or video files to be viewed by a WWW browser
  20. speaking generally, a viewer is a program that displays some type of "document" or data file.  In Montage, the concept refers to Montage's built-in viewers, which are program components that show the contents of a file within a control residing in a form window. ...
  21. Person who has views of or from the project. Viewers are discussed in terms of general categories of activities, such as resident, motorist, or pedestrian, and are often referred to as "viewer groups."
  22. Person who claims to have viewed, or is measured by a device to have viewed a television station over a specified period of time.
  23. A human being who views a message. That is to say, who reads an email or visits a web page.
  24. A browser or plug-in tool kit, which allows users to ‘view’ certain images, such as TIFF or jpeg images.
  25. The program used to access Second Life, much as a web browser allows one to access the World Wide Web. The standard issue viewer can be downloaded from SecondLife. ...