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orthochromatic

 [or″tho-kro-mat´ik]
staining normally.

or·tho·chro·mat·ic

(ōr'thō-krō-mat'ic),
Denoting any tissue or cell that stains the color of the dye used, that is, the same color as the dye solution with which it is stained.
[ortho- + G. chrōma, color]

orthochromatic

/or·tho·chro·mat·ic/ (-kro-mat´ik) staining normally.

orthochromatic

(ôr′thō-krō-măt′ĭk)
adj. Photography
1. Of, relating to, or accurately reproducing the colors of the subject.
2. Sensitive to all colors except red: orthochromatic film.

or′tho·chro′ma·tism (-krō′mə-tĭz′əm) n.

orthochromatic

[or′thō·krō·mat′ik]
denoting a photographic emulsion sensitive to all colors except red.

orthochromatic

(1) Normochromic. 
(2) Referring to a tissue or cell that stains the same colour as the dye being used.

or·tho·chro·mat·ic

(ōr'thō-krō-mat'ik)
Denoting any tissue or cell that stains the color of the dye used, i.e., the same color as the dye solution with which it is stained.
[ortho- + G. chrōma, color]

orthochromatic

Of a tissue for microscopic examination, taking stain normally.

orthochromatic

staining normally.
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Thanks to dunning, to certain improvements due in particular to the use of bipack film (two layers, one orthochromatic and one panchromatic, separated by a layer of red filter),(3) and to an important improvement in the synchronization of sound and image through the use of masking and counter-masking, it is now possible to obtain an opaque superimposition of the two images, or, as in Our Town, a one-way opacity for one of the two images, a device that is even more extraordinary.
Filmmakers had to replace orthochromatic film with panchromatic stock, noisy arc and Cooper-Hewitt vapor lights with incandescent lighting, the noisy Bell and Howell studio cameras with blimped Mitchells, standard theater screens with perforated screens (to allow the sound from the speakers to penetrate the auditoriums), fixed microphones with movable booms, and a host of other changes and innovations.
The participants' stereo acuity was further tested by a Troposcope (American Optical Company) and the orthochromatic series of the Critical Limen Stereo Test.