the display or monitor of a computer, television, etc.
1945; orig. science fiction term
Tawney ignored them, staring at the image of the red planet on the viewscreen almost eagerly.
The viewscreen tracked it for an instant, then continued its scan.
He indicated Lappy, who was at that moment fervidly examining the interior of the viewscreen.
Tom was assigned to the viewscreen, and the long wait began.
Then the thing turned again; and in the next instant its head filled the viewscreen.
"They could outrun us anyway," Tom said, watching the viewscreen.
Lake and Craig left their stations, as impatient as Fenrir, and came over to watch the viewscreen with him.
The Scavenger was moving fast now, dwindling in the viewscreen.
He had a clip of five rounds in the gun, the searchlight on, and the viewscreen tuned to the forward pickup.
"With just one difference," Greg said, turning away from the viewscreen.