blue screen


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blue screen

n
(Film) a special effects film technique involving filming actors against a blue screen on which effects such as computerized graphics can be added later and integrated into a single sequence
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Summary: Twitter's website gave users a blue screen that said, "Something is technically wrong."
For quite some time now, my relatively old HP Folio 9470m laptop running Windows 10 has been a pain thanks to a term known in the tech circles as 'Blue Screen of Death' (BSOD).
Summary: Washington D.C [U.S.A], May 20 (ANI): Are you exposed to a blue screen before you go to bed?
It was nice to breathe the fresh air and now I'm really enjoying stepping further away from that blue screen" Actor Rupert Grint, who played Ron Weasley in the Harry Potter films, on his feelings when the franchise finally ended.
It was nice to breathe the fresh air and now I'm really enjoying stepping further away from that blue screen" - Actor Rupert Grint, who played Ron Weasley in the Harry Potter films, on his feelings when the franchise finally ended.
It was nice to breathe the fresh air and now I'm really enjoying stepping further away from that blue screen" - Actor Rupert Grint, below, who played Ron Weasley in the Harry Potter films, on his feelings when the franchise finally ended.
* Portable green and blue screen - Collapsible, easy to transport.
The initial release of the April 2018 update had to be delayed because the update was causing systems to crash and display the dreaded Blue Screen of Death.
From the point of view of health it is common knowledge that many youngsters are sleep deprived owing to over-use of their mobile phones and the effect of the blue screen on their brain.
The first tower which houses the residences, is made of pixelated glass combined with translucent marble whilst the hotel tower is made of transparent and blue screen printed glass reminiscent of the changing reflects of water.
TEHRAN (FNA)- The "blue screen of death" lives on thanks to a simple Windows file system bug.