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Orthographic projection is the projection where the point of view is at an infinite distance.
Orthographic projection of this vector in space on a plane of projection made of first and second principle components represents that part.
Zona could then automatically pump out 2D floor plans, elevations, sections and orthographic projections for the builders.
Pupils will be given a brief to design a futuristic F-1 car, using PTC's Pro/DESKTOP software package, in addition to producing supporting evidence of their concept such as orthographic projections, colour isometric drawings and three-dimensional rendering.
Scarpa condenses conventional categories -- sketch, working, shop and presentation drawings -- onto single sheets with meticulously drafted orthographic projections worked and reworked in many freehand layers and surrounded by sketches of perspective views and construction details.
As chapter two shifts to twentieth-century debates about modernism and the fragmentation of form, the reader, grounded in the historical analysis of orthographic projection, encounters a perceptive appraisal of post-humanist architecture and deconstructionist theory that recalls the Wolfflin/Wittkower "concordance.
At about midterm, the students begin to tire of the state-mandated orthographic projection, or three-view drawings of machine parts.
Mylar film or drafting vellum can be used to draw orthographic projections of the casting to better visualize all elevations.