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Please explore our site for other creative fun! Kaleidoscope is temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 situation. A kaleidoscope is an optical instrument consisting of two or more reflecting surfaces. These surfaces are tilted towards each other at a certain angle to obtain symmetrical patterns when viewed from the other end. The tube with reflecting surfaces consists of coloured pieces of glass. By rotating the tube, symmetrical images are created.

(kə-lī′də-skōp′)n.
1. A tube-shaped optical instrument that is rotated to produce a succession of symmetrical designs by means of mirrors reflecting the constantly changing patterns made by small objects, such as beads or bits of colored glass, at one end of the tube.
3. A series of changing phases or events: a kaleidoscope of illusions.
[Greek kalos, beautiful + eidos, form; see weid- in Indo-European roots + -scope.]
ka·lei′do·scop′ic(-skŏp′ĭk), ka·lei′do·scop′i·cal adj.
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kaleidoscope

(kəˈlaɪdəˌskəʊp

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Kaleidoscope Is) n
1. (General Physics) an optical toy for producing symmetrical patterns by multiple reflections in inclined mirrors enclosed in a tube. Loose pieces of coloured glass, paper, etc, are placed between transparent plates at the far end of the tube, which is rotated to change the pattern
2. any complex pattern of frequently changing shapes and colours
[C19: from Greek kalos beautiful + eidos form + -scope]
kaˌleidoˈscopicallyadv
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ka•lei•do•scope

(kəˈlaɪ dəˌskoʊp)
n.
1. a tubular optical instrument in which loose bits of colored glass at the end of the tube are reflected in mirrors so as to display ever-changing symmetrical patterns as the tube is rotated.
2. a continually shifting pattern, scene, or the like.
[1817; < Greek kal(ós) beautiful + eîdo(s) shape (compare eidetic) + -scope]
ka•lei`do•scop′i•cal•ly,adv.
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kaleidoscope

an optical device composed of bits of colored glass and several reflecting surfaces that presents to the viewer symmetrical patterns when shaken or rotated. — kaleidoscopic, adj.
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Noun1.kaleidoscope - a complex pattern of constantly changing colors and shapes
pattern, form, shape - a perceptual structure; 'the composition presents problems for students of musical form'; 'a visual pattern must include not only objects but the spaces between them'
2.kaleidoscope - an optical toy in a tube; it produces symmetrical patterns as bits of colored glass are reflected by mirrors
plaything, toy - an artifact designed to be played with
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kaleidoscope

[kəˈlaɪdəskəʊp]Ncalidoscopiom, caleidoscopiom
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nKaleidoskopnt; a kaleidoscope of emotionein Wechselspielntder Gefühle
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Kaleidoscope Issaquah

(kəˈlaidəskəup) noun
a tube-shaped toy in which loose coloured pieces of glass etc reflected in two mirrors form changing patterns. kaleidoskoop مِشْكال: جِهاز مَرايا وقِطَع زُجاجيَّه ملوَّنَه калейдоскоп caleidoscópio kaleidoskop das Kaleidoskop kalejdoskop καλειδοσκόπιοcalidoscopio kaleidoskoop زیبانما؛ نوعی شهرفرنگ kaleidoskooppi kaléidoscope קָלֵיידוֹסקוֹפ बहुमूर्तीदर्शी kaleidoskop kaleidoszkóp kaleidoskop kviksjá caleidoscopio 万華鏡 만화경(萬華鏡) kaleidoskopas kaleidoskops kaleidoskop caleidoscoopkaleidoskopkalejdoskop ګردشكله،تغير منونكي،ليدځاي caleidoscópio caleidoscop калейдоскоп kaleidoskop kalejdoskop kaleidoskop kalejdoskop กล้องส่องภาพซึ่งเกิดจากการสะท้อนภาพของแผ่นกระจกหลายแผ่นประกอบกันในกล้อง kaleydoskop, çiçek dürbünü 萬花筒 калейдоскоп سیر بین kính vạn hoa 万花筒
kaˌleidoˈscopic (-ˈsko-) adjective
with many changing colours, sights, impressions etc. kaleidoskopies مِشْكالي калейдоскопичен caleidoscópico kaleidoskopický kaleidoskopisch kalejdoskopisk πολυποίκιλος calidoscópico vaheldusrikas متلون kaleidoskooppinen kaléidoscopiqueססגוני बहुदर्शी, परिवर्तनशील kaleidoskopski tarkabarka secara kaleidoskopis síbreytilegur caleidoscopico 変化に富んだ 변화무쌍한 kaleidoskopiškas kaleidoskopisks silih berganti caleidoscopischkaleidoskopiskurozmaicony, zmieniający się jak w kalejdoskopie رنګين،انځوريز caleidoscópico ca­lei­doscopic калейдоскопический kaleidoskopický kalejdoskopski kaleidoskopski kalejdoskopisk, mångskiftande ด้วยสีสัน ภาพ ความพึงพอใจที่หลากหลาย sık sık değişen 千變萬化的 калейдоскопічний بدلتے منظر یا رنگوں سے متعلق có nhiều màu sắc 千变万化的
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Released twice a year, KALEIDOSCOPE is a meeting place for a global community of creative minds, drawn by an audacious art direction and ever-surprising contributions from visionary artists, writers and image-makers. The magazine’s experimental approach also expands to our creative projects in print, online and live—as is best exemplified by the programming of Spazio Maiocchi, our home and exhibition space in Milan, and our annual festival Manifesto, inaugurated in 2019 at Lafayette Anticipations in Paris. Believing that artists are the real truth-tellers and agents of change, our work puts their vision and creativity front and center—a constant reminder about the importance of pushing boundaries and breaking new ground.

House to the KALEIDOSCOPE studio and exhibition space, Spazio Maiocchi is a cross-disciplinary social space where art, design and fashion blend to shape new cultural experiences. Originating from the convergence of visionary founding partners Carhartt WIP and Slam Jam, the space is hosted in a building of over 1000 square meters in central Milan, renovated and repurposed by architect Andrea Caputo. Since its breakout opening in October 2017, KALEIDOSCOPE co-curates the programming of exhibitions and events, building an ever-growing, culturally conscious and new-generation audience in Italy’s fashion and design capital. Exhibited artists include Sterling Ruby, H.R. Giger, Korakrit Arunanondchai, Anna Uddenberg, Arthur Jafa, Virgil Abloh, Timur Si-Qin, Tobias Spichtig, and Darja Bajagić.

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