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anonymous
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Orthographic projection and isometric projection are two ways to show threedimensional objects in a twodimensional space, such as on a piece of paper or a computer screen. Each method gives a different perspective. Do some research and then compare and contrast the two methods for displaying threedimensional shapes. Then try your hand at creating both types of projections for a simple geometric shape using paper, pencil, and a ruler.
In your opinion, what are the pros and cons of each projection? What are the limitations? In which circumstances, environments, or occ
anonymous
 one year ago
Discussion Topic Orthographic projection and isometric projection are two ways to show threedimensional objects in a twodimensional space, such as on a piece of paper or a computer screen. Each method gives a different perspective. Do some research and then compare and contrast the two methods for displaying threedimensional shapes. Then try your hand at creating both types of projections for a simple geometric shape using paper, pencil, and a ruler. In your opinion, what are the pros and cons of each projection? What are the limitations? In which circumstances, environments, or occ

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