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green screen

(1) See color key.

(2) A computer terminal that displays green characters on a dark background. Widely used in the early days of mainframes and minicomputers, as well as in the days of DOS, the character-based green screen gave way to the graphics-based interfaces of Windows and Mac.


From Green Screen to the Web
CA Technologies' Advantage Integration Server transforms legacy applications (top) into graphics-based documents (bottom) that can be accessed via a Web browser. (Screen examples courtesy of CA Technologies, Inc.)


From Green Screen to the Web
CA Technologies' Advantage Integration Server transforms legacy applications (top) into graphics-based documents (bottom) that can be accessed via a Web browser. (Screen examples courtesy of CA Technologies, Inc.)

Green screen

A welded trellis system that has a captive growing space that is 3 inches deep to allow plants to intertwine and grow within the panel. Made from recycled steel, it is an adaptable clip system that can attach to a building facade and span openings between floors or horizontally between posts.
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Personify's technology enables people to immerse themselves into a shared virtual space, using a virtual green screen.
But basically all that happens is, you stand in front of the green screen, the director says 'imagine that you have an army of flying baboons flying overhead right now' and I stand there and I imagine that.
ACTION STATIONS: Paul Entwhistle in front of his green screen and (inset) studio manager Kelly Peavoy at the control desk
The green screen was very challenging as you can't judge what's happening.
The Green Screen project was launched successfully and continues to convey more innovative content.
And backgrounds will be added in place of the green screen.
0's blue and green screen masking technology, known as chromakeying, extracts a single color background from an image to create a transparency mask.
ON TIME TRAVEL: Because of all the special effects, Paula worked in front of a green screen, a screen that computer-generates effects behind the actors.
Take, for example, Green Screen #6, which consists of two successive, full-frame shots of the same green backdrop, which have been printed on a single sheet of paper in such a way that the black borders of the negatives remain visible.
On your TV, it looks like a meteorologist (weather expert) points to a weather map, but in reality he or she indicates a blank green screen while weather maps are digitally superimposed.
This native support of the Jacada gateway on the AS/400 was a prerequisite for Jacada Innovator, which goes beyond converting green screens to Java or Visual Basic screens for intelligent clients and actually goes into AS/400 RPG and Cobol programs and replaces the 5250 green screen data stream used in those applications with direct calls to the Jacada server and to Jacada-ized green screens.
The number of patients filtered out by the green screen, who could benefit from transplants if the price came down enough for them to pass it, is conjectural.