# What is the difference between orthogonal and perspective projection?

# What is the different between the worldview and perspectives?

Prespective can be about one particular thing worldview usually bis not.

# What is difference between parallel and perspective projection?

perspective projection is defined by straight rays of projection drawn from object to the centre of projection and image is drawn where these rays untersect with the viewplane…...while parallel projection is defined by parallel lines drawn from object in fixed direction towards the viewplane In perspective projection centre of projection is at finite distance from viewplane and in parallel projection centre of projection lies at infinite distance. respective projection form realistic picture of object but parallel projection do not form realistic view of object

# Difference between sectional drawing and orthogonal drawing?

the difrrence is that one starts with an s and the other starts with an o also they are spelt diffrently so does this answer your question Kane

# What is the point at which orthogonal lines disappear in linear perspective?

This is called the "vanishing point".

# The difference between perspective projection and weak perspective projection?

Weak perspective projection is an approximation of the perspective projection. In fact, it is a scaled orthographic projection: first, the object is projected onto the image p…lane by a set of parallel rays orthogonal to the plane; second, the image of the object is scaled. This approximation works if the object is close to the optical axis of the camera or its dimensions are small relative to the distance from the camera.

# What is the difference between perspective and prospective?

"Perspective" means viewpoint. He has a narrow perspective on the role of family. Your analysis put this issue in proper perspective for me. "Prospective" means possib…le. Here are ways to impress prospective employers. Perspective is defined as how a person sees a particular situation and prospective means that something has potential for fulfilling a need or place.

# What is difference between parallel and perspective projection in Computer Graphics?

Parallel projection does not produces realistic views whereas perspective projection produces realistic view.
in parallel projection lines of projection are parallel whereas… in perspective projection lines are not parallel and the point where these lines meets is called ceter of projection in case of perspective projection.

# Difference between orthogonal and perpendicular lines?

Orthogonal and perpendicular are essentially the same thing: When two lines, planes, etc. intersect at a right angle, or 90 degrees, they are orthogonal/perpendicular. Ortho…gonal is simply a term used more commonly for vectors , when they have a scalar/inner/dot product of 0, as: vector u X vector v = (length of vector u) X (length of vector v) X cos @ , @ being the angle between the two vectors. When the scalar product is 0, that is because @ is 90 degrees, and cos 90 = 0. Therefore, the vectors u and v are orthogonal.

# Difference between perspective and parallel projection in graphics?

Parallel Projection If the 'Centre of Projection' is at infinity. Perspective Projection If the 'Centre of Projection' is at a point.

# What is the difference between a spatial perspective and an ecological perspective?

Spatial perspective is to study something in terms of location, distance, and direction. Ecological perspective is to study something in terms of environment and social inte…raction.

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# What is the difference between spatial perspective and ecological perspective in geography?

Spatial perspective is to study something in terms of location, distance, and direction. Ecological perspective is to study something in terms of environment and social intera…ction.

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# What is the difference between cognitive perspective and biological perspective?

one works with the mind the other will remind you never to ask idiotic questions again

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# What is difference between orthogonal cutting and oblique cutting?

orthogonal cutting is a 2D cutting having 2 forces i.e cutting force and feed force where as oblique cutting is a 3D cutting having additional force i.e radial or passive forc…e.

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# Can the difference of 2 vectors be orthogonal?

The answer will depend on orthogonal to WHAT!

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# What is the difference between orthogonal and orthonormal vectors?

All vectors that are perpendicular (their dot product is zero) are orthogonal vectors. Orthonormal vectors are orthogonal unit vectors. Vectors are only orthonormal if they… are both perpendicular have have a length of 1.