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What does DVI stand for?
DVI stands for DaVinci Institute (think tank; Colorado)
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We have 84 other meanings of DVI in our Acronym Attic
- Dagblad Van Het Noorden (Dutch)
- Delaware Valley Historic Radio Club (Philadelphia, PA & vicinity)
- Deer Valley High School (Antioch, CA)
- Deer Valley High School (Phoenix, AZ)
- Delaware Valley High School (Milford, PA)
- Desert Vista High School (Phoenix, AZ)
- Digital Video Home System
- Dougherty Valley High School (San Ramon, California)
- Domestic Violence Home Visit Intervention
- Data/Voice Integration
- Dead Value Information
- Deep Video Imaging, Ltd (technology for 3D displays)
- Dentistes Volontaires pour Israël (French: Dental Volunteers for Israel)
- Descriptive Video Information (accessibility TV technology for visually impaired)
- Device-Independent (File Name Extension)
- Diététique Vitalité Innovation (French: Diet Vitality Innovation)
- Difference Vegetation Index
- Digital Valve Interface
- Digital Video Input
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For more information on Lisa Calkins and the DaVinci Institute Council visit http://davinciinstitute.
Other speakers who will be participating in a panel discussion include DaVinci Institute senior futurist and executive director Thomas Frey, Goldman Sachs global markets and currencies senior economist Thomas Stolper and international advisory director Richard Sharp The conference will also provide investors with insight into forthcoming economic and investment trends for the upcoming year from international experts from a variety of institutions and disciplines in an open forum.
[paragraph] Before the grand finale -the presentation of the awards to the following winners - DaVinci Institute honcho Thomas Frey summed up his perspective: "People have invested a great deal of their lives and life savings into the amazing creations that are on display here.
It's big; it's expensive, multibillionaire dollar things," Deal said during a presentation in January sponsored by the DaVinci Institute.