5 years ago in Computer Graphics

Find the incorrect statement

[A] A perspective projection produces realistic views
[B] A perspective projection preserves realistic dimensions
[C] A parallel projection gives realistic representation of 3-D objects
[D] Both B and C above
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Aastha Aggarwal
Aastha Aggarwal - 3 weeks ago

Aastha Aggarwal from Delhi, India is saying Both B and C above is correct answer

Samarth nanda
Samarth nanda - 1 month ago

Samarth nanda is saying A parallel projection gives realistic representation of 3-D objects is correct answer

Ishika Gupta
Ishika Gupta - 1 month ago

Ishika Gupta is saying A perspective projection preserves realistic dimensions is correct answer

Deep
Deep - 1 month ago

Deep from Kolkata, India is saying A parallel projection gives realistic representation of 3-D objects is correct answer

SAURABH SHARMA
SAURABH SHARMA - 3 months ago

SAURABH SHARMA is saying Both B and C above is correct answer

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