The line segments AB and CD are orthogonal to each other. In mathematics,
orthogonality is the relation of two lines at right angles to one another ...
There are two types of construction lines used in this perspective drawing: 1)
ORTHOGONAL LINES which we have drawn in RED. 2) TRANSVERSAL LINES
Orthogonal Lines. Two or more lines or line segments which are perpendicular
are said to be orthogonal. ... CITE THIS AS: Weisstein, Eric W. "Orthogonal Lines.
Definition of orthogonal lines at CreativeGlossary.com.
is a term derived from mathematics, meaning 'at right angles' and related to orthogonal
projection, another method of drawing three-dimensional objects. The term is possibly applied to the vanishing lines
used in perspective drawing as these are at right ang... More »
Orthogonal Lines ~ Straight diagonal lines drawn to connect points around the
edges of a picture to the vanishing point. They represent parallel lines receding ...
Orthogonal. Two lines or planes are orthogonal if they are at right angles (90°) to
each other. In the image below, the lines AB and PQ are orthogonal because ...
Take two lines l : ax + by + c = 0 and l' : a'x + b'y + c' = 0 ... l and l' are orthogonal <
=> P and Q are orthogonal <=> P.Q ...
It refers to perspective lines, drawn diagonally along parallel lines that meet at a
so-called "vanishing point." Such perspective lines are orthogonal, ...
8.4.2 Fitting Orthogonal Lines. To fit two orthogonal lines we can proceed very
similar as in the the case of the parallel lines. If $ (n_1 , n_2 )$ is the normal