bioscope

  1. a South African movie theater
  2. a kind of early movie projector

bioscope

[n] - a South African movie theater 2. [n] - a kind of early movie projector
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Bioscope

Bi'o¬∑scope noun [ Greek bi`os life + -scope .] 1. A view of life; that which gives such a view. « Bagman's Bioscope : Various Views of Men and Manners. [ Book Title .]» W. Bayley (1824). 2. An animated picture machine for screen p...
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bioscope

noun a kind of early movie projector
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Bioscope

• (n.) A view of life; that which gives such a view. • (n.) An animated picture machine for screen projection; a cinematograph (which see).
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bioscope

bioscope 1. A view or survey of life. 2. An earlier form of cinematograph or motion-picture projector; used in about 1900.
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Bioscope

Introduced by Max and Emil Skladanowsky in 1895, November 1, the bioscope was a camera and projection system employed for the first public exhibition of film in Germany
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