Cabinet Perspective

Cabinet Perspective

Means of representing a solid based on an oblique projection in which two of the three axes are normalized.


  • In cabinet perspective, the illusion of depth is created by giving the vanishing edges an angle between 30° and 45° with respect to the first axis (horizontal axis).
  • However, in cabinet perspective, the lengths parallel to the third axis are reduced by a certain proportion with respect to the norm of the other two axes.
  • This type of representation preserves the length and parallelism of the segments.

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