- panofsky, erwin,
- panoramic camera,
- panoramic radiograph,
- panoramic sight,
- panoramic x-ray film
Origin of panorama
Examples from the Web for panoramic
Fixed with a full bubble top, the panoramic view—in theory—eliminated blind spots and the need for mirrors.
The view is marvelous, providing a panoramic vista of Central Park.Carla Bruni Opens Up About Her New Album, Being First Lady, Fashion, and More|Marlow Stern|June 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The result is a panoramic view of one of the most geopolitically significant, and dangerous, countries in the world.
Pictures of the past hurried by with panoramic distinctness; and hark!Hope Mills|Amanda M. Douglas
From this elevated point, a panoramic view of surpassing beauty, in almost illimitable perspective, opens upon the eye.Gleanings by the Way|John A. Clark
Marlborough develops itself slowly as one descends, and becomes lost for a time as the panoramic view sinks out of sight.The Bath Road|Charles G. (Charles George) Harper
It is non-academic in form and by omitting details presents a "panoramic view of the problem."
And at this moment the color of the dream began to be less real and vivid, while its panoramic movement was greatly accelerated.The Angel|Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull
Word Origin for panorama
1796, "a painting on a revolving cylindrical surface," coined c.1789 by inventor, Irish artist Robert Barker, literally "a complete view," from pan- "all" + Greek horama "sight, spectacle, that which is seen," from horan "to look, see" (see warrant (n.)). Meaning "comprehensive survey" is 1801.