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Synonyms for cyclorama

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

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Cycloramic has been around for over a year and already has over seven million downloads.
Third, an ecocritical reading of the poem cannot in good faith relegate nature to the diminutive of a cycloramic backdrop.
Cycloramic Just when you think that nobody could possibly have another fresh idea for a phone app, Cycloramic ($1) makes 360-degree panoramic videos -- without a tripod or swivel.
"We live in a phantasmagoric, cycloramic economy of flounces and ruffles ...
Given that the novel invests in such a cycloramic image of its own narrative process, it is not surprising that the end of Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit remains quite open, Jeanette's mother has managed to build her own CB radio and starts broadcasting: "This is Kindly Light calling Manchester, come in Manchester" (Winterson 1985, 171), after which the novel ends.
The cycloramic view of world history in Finnegans Wake calls to mind the well-known influence of Giambattista Vico, who argued in Scienza Nuova that civilization is but a recurring cycle and has therefore become the progenitor of the unconventional structure of Joyce's novel, journeying on the river Liffey as the reader's cicerone.