*... projection Rather, we us a variety of orthographic projections, for which the projection rays are parallel Projection plane 3-D object View point at In orthographic ...*

*Orthographic Projection a system of drawing views of an object using perpendicular projectors from the object to a plane of projection History Orthographic Projection ...*

*LESSON #13 A REVIEW OF ORTHOGRAPHIC PROJECTION What is drafting? As explained in a previous lesson: Drafting is a Graphic Language that uses Lines, Symbols and Words ...*

*... window on the viewing plane Apply 2D viewing transformations to map window contents into 2D-image viewport Planar Projections Parallel Projections •Orthographic ...*

*ORTHOGRAPHIC PROJECTION HOW TO LAYOUT YOUR DRAWING VIEWS FIRST-ANGLE PROJECTION The U.S. and Canada uses Third-Angle Projection. The rest of the world uses first ...*

*3D Projection Transformations Soon Tee Teoh CS 147 3D Projections Perspective and Parallel Projections 3D Projections Parallel Projections: Orthographic and Oblique ...*

*ORTHOGRAPHIC PROJECTION Author: bgraham Last modified by: cgriffit Created Date: 11/27/2007 6:05:22 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show (4:3)*

*Projection Turning 3D Objects to 2D Image Overview Parallel projection Perspective projection OpenGL orthographic transformation matrix OpenGL perspective ...*

*Chapter 3 Orthographic Projection OBJECT FEATURES OBJECT FEATURES CENTER LINE PRACTICE In circular view, short dash should cross at the intersections of center line.*

*ENGINEERING GRAPHICS 1E9 Lecture 2: Orthographic Projections * Green arrows and purple arrows show equal distance * Green arrows and purple arrows show equal distance ...*

*... Taxonomy of Projections Taxonomy of Projections Parallel Projection Center of projection is at infinity Direction of projection (DOP) same for all points Orthographic ...*

*THIRD ANGLE PROJECTION THIRD ANGLE PROJECTION Shown below is the symbol for representing third angle orthographic projection. This symbol is a standard and essential ...*

** At this point, give an introduction to Glass-box approach for developing orthographic projection drawings. Student slides contain snapshots of the animation * The object ...*

*... field of view angle q and the dimensions of the clipping window Zoom Field of view: Smaller angle means more zoom Zoom Zoom Zoom OpenGL Projection For orthographic ...*

*Part No., Part name, material, Number required Notes Unit, fillets & rounds sizes etc. Completed dimension orthographic drawing Title block PLACING AN INFORMATION (This ...*

*First and Third Angle Projection. Year 10- Orthographic Projection. There are two types of Orthographic projection layout. One is called FIRST ANGLE The other type is ...*

*Image World Variants of orthographic projection Scaled orthographic Also called “weak perspective” Affine projection Also called “paraperspective” Figures ...*

*Projection Systems- perspective, orthographic, isometric & oblique, Dimensioning Practicals for Part 1 – sketching on tracing sheets. Tracing sheet pad, one graph ...*

*Orthographic Multiview Projection Multiview Projection Multiview Projection A similar procedure can be used to obtain the top view (figure a) and the right-side view ...*

*Orthographic Projection An orthographic projection is an affine transformation and so it preserves parallel lines An example of an orthographic projection might be an ...*

*Transformations View Transformation (from lecture 2) View Projection Mathematics of Viewing Parallel projections (Orthographic projection) Parallel projection.*

*Chapter 7: Multiviews Orthographic Projection is any projection of the feature of an object onto an imaginary plane. The line of sight is perpendicular to the plane ...*

*Translation by (tx , ty) Rotation in 2D Rotation in 3D Non-Orthographic Projection in 3D Courtesy of Tim Cooper, University of Pittsburgh Boundary profiles reduce ...*

*Curves may be drawn using a series of points by measuring along the normal lines in the orthographic view (offset measurements) and transferring these points on ...*

*... get a lot more complicated because we can: 1) Change the aspect 2) Move the light source 3) Change where the paper touches the globe Light source options Orthographic ...*