Difference Between Parallel and Perspective Projection in Computer Graphics
Parallel and Perspective Projection Comparison
- Process of converting three-dimensional coordinates into the two-dimensional scene is known as projection.
- There are two projection methods namely.
- Parallel Projection.
- Perspective Projection.
- The Key Difference between Parallel and Perspective Projection is that Parallel projection represents the object in a different way like a telescope. Perspective projection represents the object in three dimensional way.
|Parallel Projection||Perspective Projection|
|1||Parallel Projection represents any given object in a different way like a telescope.||Perspective Projection represents any given object in a three-dimensional manner.|
|2||In Parallel Projection Centre Of Projection is located at infinite.||In Perspective Projection Centre Of Projection is located at a finite point in 3 spaces.|
|3||Give an accurate view of an object.||Can not give an accurate view of the object.|
|4||Projection lines are parallel to each other in Parallel Projection.||Projection lines are not parallel to each other in Perspective Projection.|
|5||A projector in parallel projection is parallel.||A projector in perspective projection is not parallel.|
|6||Parallel projection divided into Two type
||Perspective Projection divided into Three type
|7||Parallel Projection does not generate a realistic view.||Perspective Projection generates a realistic view.|