Screen

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Screen may refer to:

Arts[edit]

  • Screen printing (also called silkscreening), a method of printing
  • Big screen, a nickname associated with the motion picture industry
  • Split screen (filmmaking), a film composition paradigm in which multiple distinct film sequences are shown simultaneously and next to each other

Filtration / selection processes[edit]

  • Screening, the process of identifying or selecting members of a population based on one or more selection criteria
  • Sieve, a mesh used to separate fine particles from coarse ones
  • Genetic screen, a procedure to identify a particular kind of phenotype
  • Mechanical screening, a unit operation in materials handling which separates product into multiple grades by particle size

Media[edit]

  • Screen (journal), a film and television studies journal published by Oxford University Press
  • Screen (magazine), a weekly entertainment magazine from India
  • Screenonline, online film and television magazine produced by the British Film Institute

Media display[edit]

Separation or partitioning[edit]

  • Window screen, a plastic or wire mesh that covers a window opening
  • Screen door, a mesh, wire or plastic, that covers a door opening
  • Fire screen, a device to put in front of a fireplace
  • Windbreak of trees or shrubs
  • Windshield (windscreen), protects the driver of a vehicle
  • Folding screen, a piece of decorative furniture
  • Rainscreen, in building construction
  • Rood screen, a partition in a church which separates the chancel from the nave
  • Smoke screen, smoke released in order to mask the movement or location of military units

Software[edit]

Sports[edit]

  • Screen (sports), when a player obstructs the vision or motion of another player
  • Screen pass, a type of offensive play in American football

Other[edit]

See also[edit]