Vanishing Point Perspective

In graphical perspective, a vanishing point is an abstract point on the image plane where 2D projections (or drawings) of a set of parallel lines in 3D space appear to converge. The vanishing point may also be referred to as the “direction point”.

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Vanishing Point Perspective is used in Graphic editing and 3D video games. It can be used to render 3D shapes (3D Buildings and objects), add perspective to a background scene (road, train track) or add shadow effects.

The following slideshow, demonstrates the use of vanishing points in computer graphics:

You can read more about Vanishing Point Perspective on Wikipedia.

Vanishing Point Perspective using python Turtle


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