binocle


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binocle

(ˈbɪnəkəl)
n
an opera- or field-glass employing telescopic tubes for both eyes
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Ellsworth): Il Son Binocle, Gnossienne 2, Danses de travers 2, Gnossienne 4, Tango; Walter Millbank (arr.
Thales Angenieux and Binocle 3D are to join forces to better serve the stereoscopic 3D market.
BINOCLE 3D was keen to collaborate with an industrial partner to manufacture and sell its products which have already been used to make many movies and documentaries.
The two partners will be able to sustain this global solution through the expertise of THALES ANGENIEUX whose primary goal will be to ensure perfect matching and synchronization of the two lenses, and BINOCLE 3D's stereoscopic 3D expertise in shooting, directing, and image processing.
Gedeon is working with Binocle, a French shingle specializing in live-action 3D lensing, for both "Coasts" and "Makay."
In original: "Seulement, l'heureux titulaire etait une femme, etalant derby, binocle et culotte, et l'assemblee se composait presque entierement de femmes aux traits masculins, toutes revetues du meme elegant costume.
avait maintenant le menton ponctue d'un 'bouc', il portait un binocle, une longue redingote, un gant, comme un rouleau de papyrus a la main.
Pic is co-produced by Binocle, a French outfit specialized in 3D live action productions, research and training.
Though the article insists on the whimsical side of Gautier's narrative, Caprices et zigzags begins with a statement concerning the unpremeditated nature of the narrator's travels: "[...]il n'y aura exactement dans ma relation que ce que j'aurai vu avec mes yeux, c'est-a-dire avec mon binocle ou avec ma lorgnette, car je craindrais que mes yeux ne me tissent des mensonges." (26) As we argue in the conclusion of this paper, unpremeditated exploration applies not only to the caprice as the representation of architecture in painting but links the imaginary edifice to narratives of travel in the literary text.