screen format

screen format

[′skrēn ‚fȯr‚mat]
(computer science)
The manner in which information is arranged and presented on a cathode-ray tube or other electronic display.
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4 (ANI): Keeping the legacy of innovation moving, largest film exhibitor in the country PVR Cinemas introduced their first P[XL] screen, PVR's home grown big movie screen format known as Premium Extra Large in PVR Market City, Kurla, Mumbai.
Known as the Large Screen Format auditorium, it is equipped with a giant screen 30% bigger than standard cinemas, complemented by more than 350 luxury seats.
Today the majority of television sets have 16:9 screen format known as widescreeninstead of 4:3 format.
They were one of the first cinemas to install the curved screen format called either Cinerama or Cinemascope.
Most of the tablets in the market have a 16:9 screen format but Acer is copying Apple's 4:3 screen format.
THE historic story of the birth of the co-operative movement nearly 170 years ago is to be retold in screen format in Birmingham tonight.
The larger screen format might become a future standard as recent rumors about screen orders from Apple for its iPhone 5 purport also to be for an increased size--from 3.
New releases such as Cars 2 and theTransformers: Dark of the Moon, were both made specifically to be shown on a large screen format and have done very well on release in the USA.
New box office hits such as Cars 2 and the latest Transformers film, Transformers: Dark of the Moon, were both made specifically to be shown on IMAX's large screen format.
New releases such as Cars 2 and the latest Transformers film, Transformers: Dark of the Moon, were both made specifically to be shown on a large screen format and did very well on release in the US.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, due for release this month, is also designed to be shown on a big screen format.
The ability for images, captured in wide screen format, to be transmitted for interdisciplinary telemedicine applications and displayed on lecture hall screens for education.