Two point and three point perspective transformations, Computer Graphics

Two-Point and Three-Point Perspective transformations

The two-point perspective projection can be acquired by rotating about one of the principal axis only and projecting upon X=0 or Y=0 or Z=0 plane. For discuss the phenomenon practically seen an illustration for three-point perspective projection i.e. provided below several can be done for two-point aspect.

 

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