parallel perspective

parallel perspective

[′par·ə‚lel pər′spek·tiv]
(graphic arts)
A perspective such that the faces and edges of represented objects are either perpendicular or parallel to the plane of the picture. Also known as one-point perspective.
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There is a parallel perspective on another disaster.
A parallel perspective is provided by Maria Plotnikova and Tatiane de Menezes, who use World Bank household survey data to differentiate between region-specific and human capital explanations for growing regional income inequalities under transition.
This paper illustrates how to teach parallel perspective using Cabri software.
The Magritte view of a conical tower next to a perspective view of a road is of this kind, and may attract some students; but they will need to be able to recognize and perhaps draw a cone, and also understand enough about parallel perspective to be able to draw a perspective view of a street.
Title character, whose voiceover casts a parallel perspective on events, is a 9-year-old kid (Yiu Yuetming) who's very much a street punk in the making, a pre-teen prototype for many of the characters in the other two movies.
Peter Cohen, Vice President of Product Marketing at Authoria, will offer a parallel perspective on how talent management solutions can empower retail managers to address these retail-specific challenges.
As for the content of its first issue, Emocling says they intend to take their readers into the very essence of Parallel Planets: monochrome matters, parallel perspectives, and spatial subjects, all masterfully rendered through the pens, lenses, and instruments of their favourite artists whom they've featured in the past year.
When all is said and done, these are the two parallel perspectives that the general public perceives vis-AaAaAeA -vis the Aquino administratio
The problem with these parallel perspectives is that their self-imposed limitations prevent their celebration of the full grandeur of God.

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