Loop

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Loop or LOOP may refer to:

Computing[edit]

Film[edit]

  • Loop (1997 film), a 1997 British romantic comedy
  • Loop (1999 film), a 1999 Venezuelan film
  • Film loop, the slack portion of the film around the projector lens in a movie projector
  • Porn loop, an 8 or 16 mm video "short" of a pornographic nature that could be purchased from men's magazines starting in the 1950s. Home video made them obsolete in the late 1970s.

Geography[edit]

Mathematics[edit]

Music[edit]

  • Loop (music), a finite element of sound which is repeated by technical means
  • Loop (band), a London rock band
  • Loop, an alternative rock band from the Philippines
  • Loop (album), a 2002 album by Keller Williams
  • "Loop" (song), a song by Maaya Sakamoto
  • Loop, a London singer.

Organizations[edit]

Sports[edit]

Transportation[edit]

  • Loop (Texarkana), a roadway loop around Texarkana, Arkansas
  • Loop route, a main route or highway that forms a closed loop
  • Ring road or loop, a main route or highway that encircles a town or city
  • Balloon loop, a section of track that allows reversal of direction without stopping
  • Loop line (railway), a branch line that deviates from a direct route and rejoins it at another location
  • Passing loop, a short section of track that allows trains to pass on a single track route
  • Spiral (railway), a section of track that allows a train to climb a steep hill
  • Loop (Amtrak train), a discontinued Amtrak train
  • The Loop (CTA), a section of CTA track in Chicago
  • Loop, a DC-to-Baltimore underground public transport system proposed by The Boring Company

Other uses[edit]

See also[edit]