cyclorama


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  • noun

Synonyms for cyclorama

a picture (or series of pictures) representing a continuous scene

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Admission to the Gettysburg Cyclorama painting and related exhibits also includes admission to the film, A New Birth of Freedom.
It is especially surprising given his pioneering investment in hypertext and in immersive, virtual Cave technology where you make the decisions, you move around, as in the aforementioned historical cycloramas, where the viewer would position himself, often on a raised platform, squarely at the centre of the painting.
The Cyclorama offers visitors a unique experience of the battle with its three dimensional diorama, surround sound, lighting and narration.
The Gettysburg Cyclorama, measuring 377 feet by 42 feet, is a monument to Pickett's Charge, the heroic, but failed, charge by Confederate Gen.
Physically reminiscent of a Victorian cyclorama, the cylinder has animated lights on the exterior shell which signal when each camera is about to take a picture.
Physically reminiscent of a Victorian cyclorama, The O2 Memory Project is a 10 foot high cylinder with 11 cameras placed equidistance around its perimeter.
As an indigo cyclorama brightened to dawn-pink, the dancers woke from stillness into movement.
The cyclorama depicting the Mississippi River from its source to the delta was 3.
Other history museums and attractions include the Atlanta History Center, the Atlanta Cyclorama and Civil War Museum (a huge painting and diorama in-the-round, with a rotating central audience platform, that depicts the Battle of Atlanta in the Civil War), the Carter Center and Presidential Library, historic house museum Rhodes Hall, and the Margaret Mitchell House and Museum.
The Gettysburg Cyclorama (detail, right), painted in 1884, is a circular, panoramic depiction of the 1863 Battle of Gettysburg.
Atlanta's history is stimulating and can offer the experience of exploring Civil War relics to discovering civil rights heroes at great attractions such as the Atlanta History Center and Atlanta Cyclorama.
It's a continuation of a series of work that I've been doing with large, narrative silhouette scenes, building around this idea of the cyclorama or a kind of historical exhibit.
The design of a light glazed attic led to the idea of a concave glass facade to terminate the axis of Regent Street, directly behind the spire of All Souls Langham Place--a kind of urban cyclorama.
Mystified, the audience quickly found itself back on familiar terrain as one of the men transposed himself into a political commissar-type figure and began interrogating the newly arrived Cordelia, while slogans with the word nothing in them bombarded the cyclorama at the back of the stage.
Other starters include New York invaders Riskaverse and Cyclorama, midwestern hopefuls Maliziosa and Distant Valley, Florida-based Cellars Shiraz and Bay Meadows Oaks winner A B Noodle.