horizon line

horizon line

A horizontal line in linear perspective representing the intersection of the picture plane and a horizontal plane through the eye of the viewer. See also: Perspective projection

horizon line

In aerial photography, a line that corresponds to the intersection of the plane of a photograph and the horizontal plane containing the perspective center.
References in classic literature ?
Eastward, was the gray majesty of the sea, hushed in breathless calm; the horizon line invisibly melting into the monotonous, misty sky; the idle ships shadowy and still on the idle water.
The Horizon line is available in single-gang and up to four keypads can be ganged together.
This homestay tucked away in Mae Rim is surrounded by paddy fields with views of the mountains on the horizon line. The name says it all: stepping into the wooden house you will spot a variety of items from the good old days - toys, books, etc.
Kharatyan says, "First-graders learned how to create the illusion of space using a horizon line and size variation.
The moon will look the best, brightest and biggest just after it rises when it is still close to the horizon line. So if you plan on heading outside in the frigid temperatures Monday night to get a look at the moon, you'll want to time it right around the moonrise.
He added that the sun will tilt towards the south near the horizon line and the average temperature for the first days will be between 45 degrees maximum and 28 degrees Celsius minimum.
The horizon line between the greyness of the skies and the white ground was blurred now.
Attitude information is displayed over a virtual blue sky and brown ground with a white horizon line, which is also part of the pitch scale.
Important improvement of our method consists in the fact that the horizon line and the inflection point.
-Var of horizon line which is being seen inside the space vehicle
Always capturing the sea at a moment of absolute tranquility, Sugimoto has composed all the photographs identically, with the horizon line precisely bifurcating each image.
For example, the hemisphere above the horizon line is black and represents the sky, while the hemisphere below the horizon line is white and represents the ground.