the projection from the rear of previously photographed material on a translucent screen, used as background for a television or motion-picture shot.
the projection of filmed action or stills on a translucent screen in front of which actors are lit and filmed: used to simulate an outdoor or location background in the studio.
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
the showing of an image onto the back of a translucent screen for viewing or background for something being filmed; also written rear-projection
- Back quote
back quote character “`” ASCII code 96. Common names: left quote; left single quote; open quote; ITU-T: grave accent; grave. Rare: backprime; INTERCAL: backspark; unapostrophe; birk; blugle; back tick; back glitch; push; ITU-T: opening single quotation mark; quasiquote. Back quote is used in Unix shells to invoke command substitution. (1996-11-26)
- Back rest
a support used to rest one’s back. Historical Examples Next I filled one of the rawhide panniers with brush, and lashed it across Jones’ neck for a back rest. A Man in the Open Roger Pocock For a moment or two the girl sat with her head against the back rest of the sofa, completely […]
a support used to rest one’s back. Historical Examples An adjustable centre seat with backrest could be used so as to provide accommodation for six passengers. Carriages & Coaches Ralph Straus
- Back river
a river in central Nunavut, Canada, flowing NE to an inlet of the Arctic Ocean. 600 miles (965 km) long. Historical Examples Upon coming out from Back River, we spent some time poking about in the water for the old-time isthmus. Virginia: The Old Dominion Frank W. Hutchins and Cortelle Hutchins Necessarily this was parallel […]