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16-12 Vanishing Points Question Solution

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    And the answer is infinitely many.
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    If you thought it's 3, then yes--cubes might have 3 vanishing points,
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    like this one over here, which is a cube under perspective projection.
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    It actually has 3 vanishing points:
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    No. 1, No. 2, and No. 3 over here.
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    But that's because the cube has 3 faces.
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    You've had different faces whose Z-distance to the camera varied.
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    And those enclosing lines that might be parallel in the physical space
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    would result in their own vanishing point.
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    So you can theoretically make an object with infinitely many vanishing points.
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16-12 Vanishing Points Question Solution
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Unit 16 12 Vanishing Points Answer.mp4

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Udacity
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CS271 - Intro to Artificial Intelligence
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