Meaning of cycloramic in English:


Pronunciation /ˌsʌɪkləˈramɪk/


See cyclorama

‘Another arrangement for projecting cycloramic images is by the use of some type of wide angle, anamorphic image.’
  • ‘Panoramas gained much favor on the continent after the Franco-German War, when a huge cycloramic painting of the Siege of Paris was exhibited in Paris.’
  • ‘In 1892, the Victorian colonial government through the Exhibition Trustees commissioned John Hennings to paint a cycloramic painting of Melbourne.’
  • ‘A magnificent cycloramic backdrop augments the proceedings adding a regal touch of glamour to this already imposing display.’
  • ‘When the display was completed in 1914, it was among the first museum exhibits anywhere to depict either birds or mammals in a cycloramic presentation of their natural habitat.’