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Willian C. Benesch aka Bill Bradshaw (1/2/1921 to 5/22/1978) dirrector of photography for WKRC TV in Cincinnati Ohio was the creator of the split screen technic for TV and film was used for the Nixon, Kennedy debate October 13,1960. 7:30 - 8:30 p.m. Eastern Split-screen telecast with Nixon and panelists in ABC studio in Los Angeles and Kennedy in ABC studio in New York. In film, split screen is the visible division of the screen, traditionally in half, but also in several simultaneous images, rupturing the illusion that the screens frame is a seamless view of reality, similar to that of the human eye. ... The computer graphics technique called split screen display consists of dividing graphics and/or text into non-movable adjacent parts, typically two or four rectangular areas, in order to allow the simultaneous presentation of (usually) related graphical and textual information on a computer display. ...
Moderator: Bill Shadel, ABC.
Panelists included. Frank McGee, NBC; Charles Van Fremd, CBS; Douglass Cater, Reporter magazine; Roscoe Drummond, New York Herald Tribune.
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Willian C. Benesch aka Bill Bradshaw (1/2/1921 to 5/22/1978) dirrector of photography for WKRC TV in Cincinnati Ohio was the creator of the splitscreen technic for TV and film was used for the Nixon, Kennedy debate October 13,1960.
Eastern Split-screen telecast with Nixon and panelists in ABC studio in Los Angeles and Kennedy in ABC studio in New York.
The plot is about a family and its two children's scheme to keep their parents together, and it provides opportunities for Talen to explore the use of constantly evolving splitscreens to narrate and represent multiple POVs, simultaneous actions, moods, memories, internal monologues, and other elements.
A simple splitscreen is given a twist using an animated 3D transition effect.
SplitScreen is a weblog dedicated to the art of the splitscreen and multi-layered visuals, as seen in movies, music videos, commercials and other media based on moving images.
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