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  • n. A very large screen for showing films, sports events, etc.


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super- +‎ screen


  • The Good: The Infocast weaves Web apps, digital photos, and streaming audio and video into an affordable, tablet-esque superscreen.

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  • The film, with its budget of about $4.5 million, also demonstrates an ability to complete an IMAX-process superscreen film for a fraction of the larger studios 'IMAX-production outlays.

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  • History's superscreen Omni Theatre, Fraley has said, that inspired him "to see how I might go about making some films of my own."

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  • As impressively elegant as the iPhone 4's 3.5? retina display is, the X's 4.3? superscreen makes for larger type and easier tapping.


  • Also, it's worth noting that the movie is showing on two screens in Sheboygan - The superscreen and the theater's new 3D screen.

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  • More than 9000 attended the meeting, where the race that stops the nation was televised live on an outdoor superscreen. | Top Stories


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