Definition of kinematoscope in English:

kinematoscope

noun

historical
  • A device for displaying stereographic moving images, invented in 1861 by American engineer Coleman Sellers (1827–1907) and consisting of a drum in which stereographic photographs of a scene in motion are mounted on a spindle and rotated in front of an eyepiece.

Pronunciation

kinematoscope

/ˌkɪnɪˈmatəskəʊp/ /ˌkʌɪnɪˈmatəskəʊp/

Origin

Mid 19th century. From ancient Greek κινηματ-, κίνημα motion + -o- + -scope.