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DVI is Digital Visual Interface, a video interface for digital displays.
DVI may also refer to:
Science and technology
- Device independent file format, a file format used by the TeX typesetting system
- Direct voice input, human computer interaction by voice command
- Digital Video Interactive, a 1980s standard for full-motion desktop video
- dvi (prefix), a prefix used to make provisional names of undiscovered chemical elements
- Daemon Viam Invenient, a 2007 album by Czech black metal group Root
- Double Vulgar II, the fourth album by Thighpaulsandra
- District Court of the Virgin Islands, a United States territorial court
- Deuel Vocational Institution, a California state prison
- 506 (number) in Roman numerals
- 506, the year
- Disaster Victim Identification, an international system for the identification of victims of a disaster; see forensic archaeology
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