Domesday System - Domesday Display

Domesday Display is a suite of programs to enable you to make up a presentation of still images from an AIV disc and to play those images back. The images can be stills from the videodisc or they can be screen generated by the computer. You don't have to worry about where the images actually come from- you just select which ones you want to use and Display takes care of the rest. It is made up of two separate suites of programs, Domesday Presenter and Domesday Caption.

Booklets include:

  • In-Service
  • Geography
  • Art; Craft, Design and Technology
  • Social Sciences
  • Environmental Education
  • Mathematics
  • Projects and Topics
This disc was vey kindly donated by David Anderson


Platform : Domesday System
Format :
Publisher : BBC Enterprises
Authors :
Date : 1987

Other Software by BBC Enterprises:

Item Manufacturer Platform Format Date
Domesday System - Community and National Discs (2) BBC Enterprises Domesday System Laserdisc 1986
Domesday System - BBC Domesday Discs - Signed Copy BBC Enterprises Domesday System LVROM 1987
Domesday National Disc - Side 2 - Test Disc BBC Enterprises Domesday System LVROM 1987
Domesday System - Volcanoes Disc BBC Enterprises Domesday System LVROM 1987
Domesday System - Data Merge BBC Enterprises Domesday System laser disc 1987
Domesday System - Domesday Display BBC Enterprises Domesday System 1987
Domesday System - BBC Domesday Discs BBC Enterprises Domesday System LVROM 1987
Domesday System - Ecodisc BBC Enterprises Domesday System LVROM 1987
Domesday System - Countryside Disc BBC Enterprises Domesday System LVROM 1987
Arc Comm BBC Enterprises Acorn Archimedes 3.5" Disk 1989

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH14768. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
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