Definitions for "Scene"
The structure on which a spectacle or play is exhibited; the part of a theater in which the acting is done, with its adjuncts and decorations; the stage.
The decorations and fittings of a stage, representing the place in which the action is supposed to go on; one of the slides, or other devices, used to give an appearance of reality to the action of a play; as, to paint scenes; to shift the scenes; to go behind the scenes.
The place, time, circumstance, etc., in which anything occurs, or in which the action of a story, play, or the like, is laid; surroundings amid which anything is set before the imagination; place of occurrence, exhibition, or action.
The entire set of objects that make up a virtual environment, including visible objects, sounds, lights, and frames. In Direct3D, the entire set of objects is contained in a root frame.
(1) A site or location at which you want to make a QuickTime VR movie. (2) A collection of one or more nodes.
a collection of copies of parts, which we will call clones
So much of a play as passes without change of locality or time, or important change of character; hence, a subdivision of an act; a separate portion of a play, subordinate to the act, but differently determined in different plays; as, an act of four scenes.
term used to describe the setting and roles of people who Play Back to
The term used to denote the smaller subdivision of an act.
The basic building block or unit of drama, involving a protagonist in a situation of conflict. Like the entire treatment itself, the well-made scene has an involving beginning, a well-developed middle, and a conclusive and compelling ending.
A fairly short piece of drama that forms one section of the whole.
a buzz about such young athletes as Mark Hominick, Sam Stout and Patrick Cote
the extents of the region captured by a Landsat satellite
(1) In a passive remote sensing system, everything occurring spatially or temporally before the sensor, including the Earth's surface, the energy source, and the atmosphere, that the energy passes through as it travels from its source to the Earth and from the Earth to the sensor. (2) Image formed across the full swath width of a sensing system, eg, Landsat scenes.
Keywords:  bdsm, session, verb, goth, night
Either a single act of BDSM or it can be a reference to the whole BDSM community
slang for relating to BDSM. As in “Yes, she's a legitimate player in the Scene.” Also slang for a specific session of BDSM. As in “I was in this wonderful Scene last night.” Often used as a verb in the same case; “They scened at the party last night.
Two definitions possible:- The BDSM "scene": or belonging to the BDSM world.- A BDSM scene : refers to a BDSM session.
In sound, usually refers to some sort of console automation system; a scene would be a certain set of inputs and outputs at specific levels; advanced automated consoles (Neve, Cadac, Soundcraft, TAC, ect.) will recall many scenes which enables the operator to do very little.
Specific setting for a group of dimmers channels or zone. A multi-scene control allows you to select the different setting by pushing a button.
the painted structures of a stage set that are intended to suggest a particular locale; "they worked all night painting the scenery"
A structured sexual or SM/BD encounter. Sometimes a scene is used for instruction or introduction to a new experience.
a depiction of a place, event or activity
an event that arouses specific EMOTIONS and portrays a specific WORLDVIEW
Keywords:  town, swa, microcosm, city, maybe
A place, or self-contained microcosm of jazz players in a town or city
The closest airport or city to the site. (Owing to the paths aircraft may take, the scene may or may not be a SWA Station or city.)
an area, such as a city or town, or maybe even a single bar, where there are several bands playing the same type of music, working together to generate more fans, and better shows
the visual percept of a region; "the most desirable feature of the park are the beautiful views"
graphic art consisting of the graphic or photographic representation of a visual percept; "he painted scenes from everyday life"; "figure 2 shows photographic and schematic views of the equipment"
a description of a Slicer view, including path names to volumes and models, as well as viewing options
Keywords:  segment, incident, timeline, sad, flash
a segment of the entire movie In Flash a scene consists of a number events that the developer regards as constituting a sub-theme of the entire Flash movie. A Flash movie should be divided into scenes to facilitate the management of the project. Scenes thus segment the production into smaller more manageable parts.
A display of arranged media compromised of one or more media elements. Scenes may be thought of as the individual unit to a Segment. Scenes can be as short in duration as the shortest duration of a timeline-based media element like a video clip or Flash animation. For Scenes displaying only static media elements, such as an image or text, duration would be specified to hold or loop over that media. Scenes could also be as long in duration as the longest duration of a video or animation media element, multiplied by the number of times that element is told to loop (replay) over a given time period.
an incident (real or imaginary); "their parting was a sad scene"
Keywords:  schroeder, scms, diffusers
Schroeder Diffusers SCMS
Keywords:  edgier, i've, bit
a bit edgier than most that I've seen
A scene in SitePal is a combination of an animated character, an audio message, and a background. Each SitePal account package is bundled with a different number of scenes. For example, if your particular package comes with five scenes, you can display up to five unique characters, audio messages and backgrounds on your web site.
The building block of all VHost programming. A scene is a combination of a character, an audio message, and a background. The maximum amount of time for an audio message in a single scene is one minute. See "Show" and "Stream."
A landscape, or part of a landscape; scenery.
a collection of devices, such as lighting, heating and air conditioning, landscape sprinklers, window treatments, audio/visual equipment, water heaters, humidifiers, etc
a moment in time, what was the moment before
an intimate interaction between the participants, you shouldn't interrupt this any more than you would any other intimate moment between people
a non animated pciture that has two or more sprites interacting
a particular interaction between a group of players, usually revolving around a bottom
Keywords:  tantrum, threw, temper, bad, fit
a display of bad temper; "he had a fit"; "she threw a tantrum"; "he made a scene"
a hotbed of activity and the barometer is rising
a social-scientific notion that stands for a network of members that share certain forms of self-management by communicating and collaborating
Mumbo jumbo for community.
Keywords:  pbc, lesson, playback, section, video
a series of single nodes linked together with hot spots
A small section of the video that is studied as a single lesson.
On a VIDEO CD with PBC (playback control) functions, the menu screens, moving pictures and still pictures are divided into sections called scenes.
The general product including modeled objects with textures applied, lighting, camera, and animation.
The models inside of a 3D container.
Elements contained in the Scene Preview or Scene Contents window, including all models (their attributes and positions), surfaces, animation paths, lights, and the backdrop.
1. A sub-division of an act; 2. An excerpt from a scripted work; 3. An improvisation having a beginning, middle and end.
a sub-directory of the object tree
A portion of a script that has been given its own number.
adaptive coding: An intraframe coding scheme used in compressing video images. The algorithm was used by Compression Labs, Inc.
A database describing all elements of a virtual 3D world and their relations. iray accesses and evaluates portions of the scene database by loading it into its cache and manipulating it there.
a logical construct used to define a group of related elements and is not restricted to a geometric locale within a composition
A square, full resolution MERIS image containing 4481 x 4481 pixels.
The area on the ground that is covered by an image or photograph.
Keywords:  struggle, contest, combat, kind, wills
a struggle of wills , a contest , a kind of combat
a new education initiative which explores the methods of devising theatre
Keywords:  polygons, list
a list of polygons
a situation treated as an observable object; "the political picture is favorable"; "the religious scene in England has changed in the last century"
any state of affairs, condition or situation in life.
Keywords:  doubt, break, hard, one
a hard one to break in to, no doubt about that
a predetermined light level for a zone or group of lights
The lighting effect created by adjusting several zones/channels of lighting to the desired intensity.
a universally acknowledged and accepted thing
Keywords:  priority, local, program
a priority local program
Keywords:  negotiation
a negotiation
Keywords:  hierarchy, whole, structure, part
a whole-part structure, a hierarchy
Keywords:  dvd, navigating, feature, useful
a very useful feature for navigating the DVD
Keywords:  context, derived, execution, type
a derived type of execution context
Keywords:  hold, players, defined, location
a defined location that can hold players
Keywords:  complete, unit
a complete unit