kaleidoscopeis a tube of mirrors containing small colored objects.
Kaleidoscope may also refer to:
Kaleidoscope (programming language), a constraint programming language
* Kaleidoscope, a shareware application similar to the Mac OS Appearance Manager
* Kaleidoscope, a hardware extension for the SAM Coupé home computer
Film, television, and radio
* "Kaleidoscope" (film), a movie starring Warren Beatty
* "Kaleidoscope" (TV series), a British light entertainment show
* "Kaleidoscope" (US radio series), an American discussion program, later renamed "The Diane Rehm Show"
* "Kaleidoscope" (UK radio series), a British arts programme
Kaleidoscope Entertainment, an Indian film and television production company
* "Kaleidoscope", an alternate title for "Frenzy", an unproduced Alfred Hitchcock film
* "Kaleidoscope" (newspaper), a defunct underground newspaper published in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
* "Kaleidoscope" (novel), a novel by Danielle Steel
The Kaleidoscope", a 19th-century Liverpool weekly magazine
Kaleidoscope Publishing, a UK publishing house
* "Kaleidoscope", a short story by Ray Bradbury in his book "
The Illustrated Man"
* "Kaleidoscope", an anthology of short stories by
* "Kaleidoscope Magazine", a student publication of
Poudre High School, Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S.
Kaleidoscope (US band), a 1960s American psychedelic folk band
Kaleidoscope (UK band), a 1960s British psychedelic band later named Fairfield Parlour
* "Kaleidoscope" (Roland Grapow album), or the title song
* "Kaleidoscope" (Kelis album)
* "Kaleidoscope" (Rachael Lampa album)
* "Kaleidoscope" (Siouxsie & the Banshees album)
* "Kaleidoscope", an album by
* "Kaleidoscope", an album by
Jam & Spoon
* "Kaleidoscope", an album by Mekong Delta
* "Kaleidoscope", an album by Mother Superior
* "Kaleidoscope", an EP by
The Boo Radleys, or the title song
* "Kaleidoscope" (Kaya song)
* "Kaleidoscope", a song by D'espairsRay from "Mirror"
* "Kaleidoscope", a song by David Geraghty from "Kill Your Darlings"
* "Kaleidoscope", a song by Procol Harum from "Procol Harum"
* "Kaleidoscope", a song by
The Prototypesfeatured in the game "FIFA 07"
* "Kaleidoscope", a song by Ride from "Nowhere"
* "Kaleidoscope", a song by The Suicide Machines from "
A Match and Some Gasoline"
* "Kaleidoscope", a song by Paul van Dyk from "Reflections"
* "Kaleidoscope", an instrumental by Tiamat from "
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