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# Title A,B, see ... in 3D : a workbook to improve 3-D visualization skills / Dan G. Dimitriu.

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 Edition First edition. Physical description 1 PDF (144 pages) : illustrations. polychrome rdacc Series Synthesis lectures on engineering, 1939-523X ; # [25] Synthesis digital library of engineering and computer science. Synthesis lectures on engineering ; # 25. 1939-523X. Notes Part of: Synthesis digital library of engineering and computer science. Contents Table of content -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Methodology -- List of problems by difficulty -- Alphabetical listing by letter combinations -- 1. Combination of cubes (C) -- Level of difficulty: easy -- 2. First level (F) -- Level of difficulty: low -- 3. Second level (S) -- Level of difficulty: medium -- 4. Third level (T) -- Level of difficulty: difficult -- List of problem solutions by chapter -- Chapter 1 (C) - solutions -- Chapter 2 (F) - solutions -- Chapter 3 (S) - solutions -- Chapter 4 (T) - solutions -- Author info. Restrictions Abstract freely available; full-text restricted to subscribers or individual document purchasers. Summary The workbook provides over 100 3D visualization exercises challenging the student to create three dimensions from two. It is a powerful and effective way to help engineering and architecture educators teach spatial visualization. Most of the 3-D visualization exercises currently being used by students in Design and Graphics classes present the objects in isometric views already in 3-D, asking the viewer to create multiple views, fold patterns, manipulate, reflect, or rotate them. The exercises presenting the objects in incomplete multiview projections asking the students to add missing lines use mostly real 3D objects that are more easily recognizable to help the student correlate 2D with 3D. This workbook uses a different approach. Each view of the solid represents a letter of the alphabet. The letters are by definition 2D representations and when they are combined to create a 3D object, visualizing it becomes quite a challenge. This workbook is intended for Engineering, Architecture, and Art students and faculty that want to increase their 3-D visualization skills. Other formats Also available in print. System notes Mode of access: World Wide Web. System requirements: Adobe Acrobat Reader. Notes Title from PDF title page (viewed on September 17, 2015). Subject Three-dimensional test of visualization skills. Three-dimensional imaging. Standard Number 10.2200/S00669ED1V01Y201508ENG025 ISBN 9781627058193 (ebook) 9781627058186 (print)