horizon point

horizon point

As it pertains to air photogrammetry, an intersection of the principal line with the horizontal line through the perspective center. In a near vertical or tilted photograph, this point is generally outside the photograph. In a high oblique photograph, however, it is in the photograph.
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Horizon Point lots are located in the southwestern ridge with a backdrop of the forest.
"Over time, technology will enable that horizon point, and allow the tracks to come together,"
For the future, projects such as Horizon point to a willingness to fund, develop and deploy a new generation of equipment which uses the latest technologies and meets extremely stringent operational requirements.--Martin Streetly
Morocco, which has typically responded to Polisario attacks, something one commentator dubbed the "hollow war drums" to be expected whenever the horizon points towards prospective UN talks, did not this time respond to Ghali's provocation.
He also will implement "30-year horizon points to build toward."
For its part, the tripartite Saudi-Egyptian-Syrian crane also failed to achieve that purpose while nothing on the horizon points to the fact that the Jerusalem Summit will mark a turn in the continuous absence of Palestinian reconciliation and the inability to clear the air between more than one Arab country.