The corpse “should be digitally scanned, inside and out—and made available for everyone to take his or her own picture.”
In this cozy twosome, digitally pinky-linking, plot is beside the point.
We stare in the mirror, we compare ourselves with digitally enhanced images of perfect women, and feel all wrong.
1650s, "pertaining to fingers," from Latin digitalis, from digitus (see digit). Meaning "using numerical digits" is from 1938, especially of computers after c.1945; in reference to recording or broadcasting, from 1960. Related: Digitize.
digital dig·i·tal (dĭj'ĭ-tl)
Of or resembling a finger or toe or an impression made by them.
Done or performed with a finger.