angular perspective

angular perspective

[′aŋ·gyə·lər pər′spek·tiv]
(graphic arts)
A form of plane linear perspective in which some of the principal lines of the picture are either parallel or perpendicular to the picture plane and some are oblique.
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We are not trying to understand various issues from an angular perspective, and also, the humanities teach us how to comprehend viewpoints from another agent's understanding of the world, something known as cosmopolitanism.
It is organized into three sections: Linear Perspective (drawing bridges, boxes, cylinders, circular objects, houses); Solutions and Resources (a street in perspective, drawing stairs, angular perspective, shadows in perspective); and Depth Without Lines (the human figure in the distance, landscape with gradations, atmospheric effect in the distance).
By building a novel instrument capable of measuring Auger electrons from any angular perspective, the Cincinnati chemists say they have uncovered a more likely origin for the angular distribution of Auger electrons.
At best the grooves and suitably angular perspectives in Every Day Is A Miracle winningly combine optimism and invention.
Initially sticking with more palatable paintings of genre and still lifes, he soon began establishing a name for himself with his unique angular perspectives already apparent in his early years.