Fisheye Perspective


Fisheye perspective is a two-part projection. First, three-dimensional space is projected onto the surface of a hemisphere, by connecting every external point to the center of the sphere. Second, the hemisphere is projected onto its underlying circle.

See also

Map Projection, Perspective, Projection, Projective Geometry

Portions of this entry contributed by Tony Loverde

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de Vries, V. Perspective. New York: Dover, 1968.Parramon, J. M. Perspective--How to Draw. Barcelona, Spain: Parramon Editions, 1984.Steinhaus, H. Mathematical Snapshots, 3rd ed. New York: Dover, pp. 157-159, 1999.

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Loverde, Tony and Weisstein, Eric W. "Fisheye Perspective." From MathWorld--A Wolfram Web Resource.

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