noun pan·o·ram·a·gram \-məˌgram\

Definition of panoramagram

  1. :  a method of stereoscopic viewing in which the left-eye and right-eye photographs are divided into narrow juxtaposed strips and viewed through a superimposed ruled or lenticular screen in such a way that each of the observer's eyes is able to see only the correct picture

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Origin and Etymology of panoramagram

panorama + -gram

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