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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of interlace.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In heraldry, represented as interwoven: said of sickles, crescents, and the like, two or three in number. Compare interfretted.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having a pattern of fretwork or latticework
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But interlaced is a nod to the insidious harm caused by the myth of the tragic life with disability.
So for now i think, this is right good and should be developed ... for example to get a "interlaced" - flag.
Broadcasters want interlaced, which is what comes out of the DVD.
CBS and other broadcasters, by contrast, favor a rival technology known as interlaced scanning, which would not allow computers to double as TVs.
Another popular readout mode is termed interlaced, and operates by reading pixel data in two consecutive fields, an odd field followed by an even field.
Now it flashes so fast that the human eye cannot percieve the changes in the field, but what it does to is create something called interlaced artifacting.
For those who don't know what I'm talking about: disc 4 of the Looney Tunes Golden Collection Volume 2 had a transfer glitch that caused several cartoons to receive "interlaced" transfers, which makes them choppy and shuddery on many TVs and computer screens.
The plaiting and inlaying are certainly borrowed from local usages, and the survival of the same kind of interlaced plaiting in the Scottish tartans is some evidence of the long familiarity of the Celtic race with the art of weaving.
BTW, for numlock et al, I release "interlaced" version 0.3 today.
When you mean "blended frames" in that pattern, do you mean they're blurred together or they look "interlaced" together?