back projection


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back projection

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(Film) a method of projecting pictures onto a translucent screen so that they are viewed from the opposite side, used esp in films to create the illusion that the actors in the foreground are moving. Also called: background projection
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We have back projection animation which shows the inside of Mr Magik's head when he's practising his tricks.
In Wales, dancers Tanja Raman, from TaikaBox, and Jo Fong have worked with visual artist Steve Geliot to produce Trajectory - a combined arts presentation using large-scale back projection, recorded soundtrack, animation and filmed content blended with choreographed live and filmed dance.
Prints of Lawrence's obscene Forbidden Paintings will be screened on a back projection as part of the show.
All 53 patients had previously undergone contrast-enhanced routine-dose CT with filtered back projection (FBP).
BrightView XCT Astonish image reconstruction technology provides significant spatial resolution improvement in cardiac SPECT studies compared to SPECT studies using filtered back projection.
The excellent Ty Glaser (Hotel Babylon, Bones) and Robert Curtis ( (Hamlet/ RSC/BBC) play all the parts with a helpful back projection introducing each couple starting with the cabbie and the prostitute along with a sort of marking system based on duration.
They are meant for different types of ballast applications, including single and multiple fluorescent tube applications, systems with DALI control and HID lighting such as back projection display systems or vehicle headlamps.
The bridge in question is the Brooklyn Bridge, which frequently loomed in back projection over the action.
The white concrete walls and brass window frames of this back projection are intended to bring light into the core of the site -- a constant pursuit of Finnish architecture since the arrival of modern technology.
IN comes home cinema - complete with huge screens, back projection and Dolby stereo.
Once the sinogram images are collected, they must be converted into the cross-sectional image using a filtered back projection transform.
And in this Huddersfield Thespians production - directed by Keith Royston - the scenes shared by Miriam Marsden as Annie and Stuart Davison as terminally ill John are movingly done and beautifully played, while the passage of the seasons in back projection, accompanied by judiciously chosen music (including Vaughan Williams at his most plaintive) adds to the effect.