Abstract

A modification of current graphical procedures is employed to produce a perspective picture of an object from measurements in three dimensions of points in the object. A stereoscopic mate for this drawing is readily constructed by the use of a simply ruled transparent sheet which gives directly the new location for each point. Particular attention is given to the preparation of anatomical illustrations.

© 1937 Optical Society of America

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