Definition of Omnimax in English:

Omnimax

Line breaks: Omni|max
Pronunciation: /ˈɒmnɪmaks
 
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noun

[mass noun] trademark
  • A technique of widescreen cinematography in which 70 mm film is projected through a fisheye lens on to a hemispherical screen: [as modifier]: an Omnimax theatre
    More example sentences
    • The new Colosseum will be 100 feet high and constructed on land formerly occupied by the Omnimax movie theater.

Origin

1970s: from omni- 'everywhere' + maximum.

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