Click here to zoom in, then take a look at the bottom hem of the topless Psyche's dress.
Unlike humans, it can watch for days, even years, watch an entire city, zoom in close, use heat sensors and infrared.
You can zoom in on stars, isolate constellations or even find what satellites are currently overhead.
You can pinch your fingers to zoom in or out, flick your finger to flip through Web pages.
Mouse over the map to see instant state-wide results or zoom in for a closer look at the county level.
Then the experienced pilot lifted her in a zoom that was simply magnificent, and they were off on their adventure at last.
After that for some time only the zoom of the motor was heard.
Cutting short their zoom Dave and Freddy rolled their Spitfires over and let them drop by the nose.
Jack had to "zoom" several times to get out of reach of the shells.
Then he noticed O'Malley, on his right, zoom upward, while Allison looped off to the left.
1886, of echoic origin. Gained popularity c.1917 as aviators began to use it; zoom lens is 1936.
To show a smaller area of an image at a higher magnification ("zoom in") or a larger area at a lower magnification ("zoom out"), as though using a zoom lense on a camera.
Unlike in an optical system, zooming in on a computer image does not necessarily increase the amount of detail displayed since this is limited by what is actually stored in the image. Similarly, you cannot zoom out beyond the full size of the image.