Parallel projection, Computer Graphics

Parallel Projection

In parallel projection, objects in scene are projected onto the 2D view plane along rays parallel to a projection vector.

Parallel projection is orthographic if the projection vector is orthogonal to the view plane. Otherwise, it is called oblique parallel projection. Different parallel projections like isometric, cavalier and cabinet projections have been in use extensively.

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