Descriptive geometry is the branch of geometry which allows the representation of three-dimensional objects in two dimensions. This is possible by using a specific set of procedures. The resulting techniques are important and usually are used in engineering, architecture, design and in art.
Descriptive Geometry Beginnings
As a “father of descriptive geometry” is considered Gaspard Monge. He first developed his techniques to solve geometric problems of these areas. First, he developed it in 1765 while working as a draftsman for military fortifications, and later published his findings.
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