A surface, as that afforded by a curtain, sheet, wall, etc., upon which an image, as a picture, is thrown by a magic lantern, solar microscope, etc.
The motion-picture industry; motion pictures.
In a camera. the surface upon which the lens projects an image for viewfinding and, usually, focusing purposes. In SLR cameras. almost universally a fresnel screen with a fine-ground surface. Often incorporates a microprism or split-image rangefinder.
the surface of the CRT upon which the visible pattern is produced; the display area.
The front of a direct-view television's CRT picture tube, the front of a rear-projection TV onto which an image is projected, or a separate material onto which a front projector projects a video image.
Many types of projection screen are available. Some are multi-purpose, some only for front projection, some only for back projection. If a screen is not self-supporting, it often has eyelets around the outside edge which are used to "lace" the screen onto a larger frame.
The material and frame the picture is projected onto using a front projector.
a white or silvered surface where pictures can be projected for viewing
a single element optical system with two active lens surfaces
What the picture is projected onto. The screen is more important when it comes to front projectors, when the screen must be bought separately.
Found inside the camera and is the surface where the lens projects an image for view finding and focusing purposes.
A blank often white or silver surface on which a image is projected.
The part of the phone where you can see pictures.