Including everything visible in one view(adjective)
WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.
Use "panoptical" in a sentence
"And even when we're not literally getting taped on an I-phone or video, we've by now internalized the wary, jittery, self-censoring instincts that the panoptical of our age promotes, and that cripple our bullshit capacities."
"But bullshit's natural habitat is also under stress with the panoptical of YouTube and I-phones and their techno-kin reality TV is bullshit's "artistic" cognate."
"Critics could say this is like one modern form of “panoptical” monitoring."