photomosaic
noun Date: 1942 an image composed of many smaller photographs; especially mosaic 6

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  • photomosaic — Mosaic Mo*sa ic, n. [F. mosa[ i]que; cf. Pr. mozaic, musec, Sp. & Pg. mosaico, It. mosaico, musaico, LGr. ?, ?, L. musivum; all fr. Gr. ? belonging to the Muses. See {Muse} the goddess.] 1. (Fine Arts) A surface decoration made by inlaying in… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • photomosaic — noun arrangement of aerial photographs forming a composite picture • Syn: ↑mosaic, ↑arial mosaic • Hypernyms: ↑photograph, ↑photo, ↑exposure, ↑picture, ↑pic * * * photomosaic …   Useful english dictionary

  • photomosaic — /foh toh moh zay ik/, n. Survey. mosaic (def. 4). [1955 60; PHOTO + MOSAIC] * * * …   Universalium

  • photomosaic — noun A composite image made of individual photographs, normally of the same shape and size, placed together to show a panoramic view etc …   Wiktionary

  • photomosaic — noun a large scale picture or map built up from photographs of small areas …   English new terms dictionary

  • photomosaic — pho·to·mosaic …   English syllables

  • photomosaic — pho•to•mo•sa•ic [[t]ˌfoʊ toʊ moʊˈzeɪ ɪk[/t]] n. sur mosaic 4) • Etymology: 1955–60 …   From formal English to slang

  • Photographic mosaic — Not to be confused with color filter mosaic. A photographic mosaic of a sea gull made from pictures of birds and other nature photos using hexagonal tiles In the field of photographic imaging, a photographic mosaic, also known under the term… …   Wikipedia

  • Photomapping — involves the process of drawing a map from a photographic base. “In all likelihood, computer map making, including analogue processing, will have replaced manual map making for well over 90 per cent of all maps Robinson et al. (1977:16)]… …   Wikipedia

  • aerial mosaic — Mosaic Mo*sa ic, n. [F. mosa[ i]que; cf. Pr. mozaic, musec, Sp. & Pg. mosaico, It. mosaico, musaico, LGr. ?, ?, L. musivum; all fr. Gr. ? belonging to the Muses. See {Muse} the goddess.] 1. (Fine Arts) A surface decoration made by inlaying in… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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