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Also touei zuhou “Š‰e}–@, touei gahou “Š‰e‰æ–@. Projection Drawing: a technique used for architectural drawing. Straight lines, called projection lines, are drawn joining various points on a 3-dimentional object to a flat surface, called the projection face. The points on the projection face figure are connected up to make a figure, called a projection drawing. When the projection lines are parallel, the drawing is called a parallel projection drawing heikou touei-zu •½s“Š‰e}. When the projection lines are generated from one point or converge into one point, the drawing is called a perspective projection drawing toushi touei-zu “§Ž‹“Š‰e}.
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