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zoom feature on television remote control

allows user to zoom into screen via the remote
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not that zoom! mebbe a wibni but In this day/age? why? because I can't see the score at the bottom of the screen.
po, Dec 12 2020

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       Mount sofa on trolley, crank handle advances and returns trolley
pocmloc, Dec 12 2020
  

       great idea
po, Dec 12 2020
  

       Yeah, rearrange the furniture. It breathes new life into stale spaces. Don't forget to sage as you go. I just did this yesterday to get my big old comfy chair a wee bit closer for the same reason. Pretty soon, as I age, I'll be sitting atop of the damn thing.
blissmiss, Dec 12 2020
  

       lots of reasons to get closer to the action, expressions on politician's faces, gestures in romantic films, spotting those out takes etc...
po, Dec 12 2020
  

       time for a bigger TV...
hippo, Dec 12 2020
  

       But really I agree, every screen should have instant zoom in and out
pocmloc, Dec 12 2020
  

       Definitely ...   

       <Deckard>   

       "Enhance 224 to 176. Enhance. Stop. Move in. Stop. Pull out, track right. Stop. Center and pull back. Stop. Track 45 right. Stop. Center and stop. Enhance 34 to 36. Pan right or-and pull back. Stop. Enhance 34 to 46. Pull back. Wait a minute. Go right. Stop. Enhance 57 to 19. Track 45 left. Stop. Enhance 15 to 23. Gimme a hard copy right there. "   

       </Deckard>
8th of 7, Dec 12 2020
  

       Maybe enter a remote mode where the keypad is a grid reference of the screen, each push zooms in for that area , shift push moves out ,mode key exits. All software viable by the TV's OS update. Picture would have to be channeled and processed accordingly, possibly needing extra hardware but that would depend on existing design and capability or simply, how flash is your existing TV?
wjt, Dec 12 2020
  
      
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