Orthographic-projection definitions

A two-dimensional pictorial representation of a three-dimensional object in which the object is shown separately in two or more accurate, scaled-down views, as from the top, front, and side: the views are typically displayed with the top view above and the side view alongside the front view.
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The definition of an orthographic projection is a two-dimensional drawing of a three-dimensional object, using two or more additional drawings to show additional views of the object.

An example of an orthographic projection is what architects use to show a planned building, with separate drawings showing different views of the planned building.

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