## What is 3D viewing in computer graphics?

Three-Dimensional Viewing In front of an object, Behind the object, In the middle of a group of objects, Inside an object, etc. – 3D descriptions of objects must be projected onto the flat viewing surface of the output device.

**What is parallel projection in computer graphics?**

A parallel projection (or axonometric projection) is a projection of an object in three-dimensional space onto a fixed plane, known as the projection plane or image plane, where the rays, known as lines of sight or projection lines, are parallel to each other.

### What is viewing pipeline in computer graphics?

The term Viewing Pipeline describes a series of transformations, which are passed by geometry data to end up as image data being displayed on a device. The 2D viewing pipeline describes this process for 2D data: norm. object- world- viewing- device- device coord.

**What are projections in computer graphics?**

“Projection is a technique or process which is used to transform a 3D object into a 2D plane.” In other words, we can define “projection as a mapping of points P (x, y, z) on to its image P’ (x,’ y,’z’) in the projection plane or view plane, which create the display surface.” …

## What is projection and its types?

Projection are defined as mapping of three-dimensional points to a two-dimensional plane. There are two type of projection parallel and perspective. 1. Parallel Projection use to display picture in its true shape and size. When projectors are perpendicular to view plane then is called orthographic projection.

**Why do we need 3D graphics?**

Not only does 3D modeling help the designers and end users visualize space requirements, but also improves drawing efficiency and accuracy. 3D modeling for design allows the designer to see what they would not see when designing in 2D. When a design is done in 3D, it assists designers with coordination.

### What are the two main types of projection?

There are two type of projection parallel and perspective.

- Parallel Projection : Parallel projections are used by architects and engineers for creating working drawing of the object, for complete representations require two or more views of an object using different planes.
- Perspective Projection :

**What are the types of projection?**

6.4. 2 Types of Projection

- 6.4. 2.1 Perspective projection.
- 6.4. 2.2 Orthographic projection.
- 6.4.2.3 Fisheye projection. This is a spherical projection.
- 6.4. 2.4 Ultra wide angle projection.
- 6.4. 2.5 Omnimax projection.
- 6.4. 2.6 Panoramic projection.
- 6.4. 2.7 Cylindrical projection.
- 6.4. 2.8 Spherical projection.

## What is windowing Clipping?

The capability that show some part of object internal a specify window is called windowing and a rectangular region in a world coordinate system is called window. Points and lines which are outside the window are “cut off” from view. This process of “cutting off” parts of the image of the world is called Clipping.

**What is line clipping algorithm?**

In computer graphics, line clipping is the process of removing lines or portions of lines outside an area of interest. There are two common algorithms for line clipping: Cohen–Sutherland and Liang–Barsky. A line-clipping method consists of various parts.

### What are the 4 standard types of projections?

Projection Methods Used In Mechanical Drawing

- Orthographic Projection. Orthographic projection shows a 3D object in two dimensions so that you can see three views: the front view, side view and top view.
- Axonometric Projection.
- Oblique Projection.
- Perspective Projection.

**What is called projection?**

Projection, the mental process by which people attribute to others what is in their own minds. For example, individuals who are in a self-critical state, consciously or unconsciously, may think that other people are critical of them. In projection, what is internal is seen as external.

## How is a 3D point projected onto a viewplane?

• The projection of a 3D point onto the viewplane is the intersection of the line from the point to the COP (eye position of the artist). 6. Cont. • Distance between the COP and projection plane is finite. • Perspective projection does not preserve object scale and shape. P1 P2 P1‟ P2‟ Projection plane COP 7.

**How to create an arbitrary 3D view in SlideShare?**

Specifying an arbitrary 3D view 17. By selecting different viewing parameters, user can position the synthetic camera. View reference point View-up vector View plane 18.

### What is the view volume for perspective projection?

View Volume for Perspective Projection – its shape is semi-infinite pyramid with apex at the view point and edge passing through the corners of the window. cop View window Front clipping plane Back clipping plane Frustum view volume 22.

**How does a projection work in 3 D?**

• It takes object representation in view space (L.H.S.) and produce a projection on the view plane (canvas used by the artist). • The projection of a 3D point onto the viewplane is the intersection of the line from the point to the COP (eye position of the artist). 6. Cont. • Distance between the COP and projection plane is finite.