Definitions for "Zoom "
The HyperChem function that magnifies or reduces the size of the molecular system in the workspace.
An I-DEAS-wide icon which allows you to zoom in an area of the part by creating a window around the area of the part you want to enlarge.
To change the magnification and focal length of a zoom lens.
Keywords:  album, joc, rapper, yung, boosie
Zoom is an album by Electric Light Orchestra.
Zoom is a single from American rapper Lil Boosie. It is the first single off his album Bad Azz. The song features Yung Joc, and is written by J.
Zoom (real name Hunter Zolomon) is a comic book supervillain in the DC Universe. He is primarily associated with the superhero Flash and is the third of the Reverse-Flashes. As Hunter Zolomon, he first appeared in The Flash: Secret Files & Origins #3 and was created by Geoff Johns and Scott Kolins.
Zoom is a 2006 film released August 11, 2006. It is based upon the novel, "Zoom's Academy", by Jason Lethcoe. Directed by Peter Hewitt, the film stars, Tim Allen, Kate Mara, Spencer Breslin, Michael Cassidy, Kevin Zegers, Chevy Chase, and Ryan Newman.
Zoom is an interpreter for Z-Code adventures, such as those made by Infocom in the 80's or new ones compiled by the Inform development system. It supports versions 3-8 inclusive of the Z-Machine and complies with the new Z-Machine specification version
Zoom is a Japanese audio company that is distributed in the U.S. under the Samson family of companies. Zoom produce effects pedals for guitars and basses, recording equipment, drum machines, among other products. Most of their products are aimed at the amateur market although they also produce some high quality rack effects units used by professionals.
an artificial optical effect
an optical version of a dolly
To progressively increase or decrease the size of a part of an image on a display or window.
Keywords:  soared, rise, yes, upward, rapid
a rapid rise
the act of rising upward into the air
rise rapidly; "the dollar soared against the yes"
Keywords:  megapixel, neat, camera, anywhere, far
a simple-to-operate five-megapixel resolution camera, with a neat, compact design, high quality
A term used with cameras and video displays related to the ability to change the view anywhere between near and far. Definitions for near and far vary from one device to another.
an essential for wildlife and for portraits (mine was not really strong enough to do justice to many of the sights I saw)
a crutch to aid visualization, but, ironically, it is an impediment to learning how to visualize
Keywords:  humming, move, noise, along, low
move along very quickly
move with a low humming noise
Keywords:  minutes, strength, matter, add, website
a package for web developers to add an industrial-strength custom search engine to their website in a matter of minutes
This article is about the children's educational TV show. For other uses, see Zoom.