October 9 - October 9, 2007 Designers and Representation of...

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October 9, 2007 Designers and Representation of space Elevation: flat drawings, much harder to visualize how it will really look; Perspectives:3d drawings, pulls you into the drawing, better shows what its really going to look like; there is also virtual reality, not used as much Illusionistic space; Overlapping: takes advantage of what you see, just doesn’t do it in a realistic way, the way you look at the ppl in the classroom, the farther up you go the more overlapped they get; Tiering (vertical location): traditional in Western culture, higher up is further away; Size: will work to suggest some difference in planes, things that are closer are larger, etc; Color: warm colors seem closer, cold colors seem farther away Vanishing point: works on a line from the verizon then they merge, directs attention here Illusionistic space: ppl knew about it just didn’t know how to mathematically represent it, happens during the Renaissance because they were obsessed with mathematics and visual experiences, Filippo Brunelleschi gets credit for figuring
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course ITDS 1114 taught by Professor Mdcasto during the Fall '07 term at Virginia Tech.

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