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Word: superimpose

Definition: place over something else


Sentences Containing 'superimpose'

"Multiplexed data" is an extension for emulators, used by ElectrEm but without a published specification: One salient application mentioned by Harte is to superimpose "new graphics on old games", and a single example, a 256-colour enhanced "Daredevil Dennis", is available from StairwayToHell.com to run in ElectrEm.
An EyeTap is a device that is worn in front of the eye that acts as a camera to record the scene available to the eye as well as a display to superimpose a computer-generated imagery on the original scene available to the eye.
He, therefore, proposes that rather than pressuring autocratic government to change school curricula and superimpose a set of abstract criteria through state apparatus, US government should use its influence to increase the margin of freedom for political expression and action by civil society organizations.
Such additional, visually evoked cyclovergence appears to superimpose linearly onto the cycloversion due to Listing's law.

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