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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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Head of School Stephen Simms said: "These incredible facilities mean acting students will be able to work with green screen in one of the largest and most advanced studios in Europe, using equipmenS t costing more than PS650,000."
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And backgrounds will be added in place of the green screen.
Mandalay Media Inc (OTCBB:MNDL.OB), which publishes and distributes entertainment content that includes images, video, television programming and games for third generation mobile networks, said yesterday (18 June) that on 16 June 2008, the previously executed letter of intent to acquire Green Screen Interactive Software Inc was terminated.
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At the very least it should include waterfront improvement, recreation, public access, and planting to provide a green screen for the facility."
After some four years, the planting is now fully established, creating a luxuriant green screen that has been calculated to reduce solar gain by 60 per cent.
Then Tom Cruise was filmed separately in front of a green screen. A green screen is exactly what it sounds like -- a large, blight green screen.
Sky Sports were recently filming the 'green screen' shots of each player, which are used for team line-up graphics in live games.
And since the green screen is shaped into an infinity curve, this projected background is all the more seamless, even as the agglomerated images verge on the lo-fi look of a cable TV weathercast.
DFS admitted it filmed the actors against a green screen and later superimposed them into the ad after 21 viewers complained that the sofas appeared bigger than they actually were.
To create the larger than life setting, he and fellow cast members Christina Ricci (Trixie), Susan Sarandon (Mom), John Goodman (Pops) and Matthew Fox (Racer X) spent much of the time filming in Berlin against a green screen, before the Wachowskis added their special brand of post-production computer wizardry.