isometric projection


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isometric projection

A projection of an x-ray photon beam that yields an image having the same dimensions as the object being examined.
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Symmetry appears in Section III's initial isometric projections ([D .sub.5, D.sub.4]) from the work's opening [G.sub.4-Bb.sub.4], in the inversionally symmetrical cadential chords that end Sections II and III, and in the symmetrical partitionings of pi12 at the opening of Section IV Compensation appears in the double exposition (with its reversals of partitioning of pi5), and, more importantly, in the overall progression of register.
The competition project for Milibank (1976) has a formally seated Japanese emperor collaged on a low angled isometric projection - presumably reminding the architect of a borrowed landscape view.
Consisting of competing isometric projections of some topsy-turvy, Escher-like theater, here mutable abstractions bombard the viewer with perpetual motion, metamorphosis, and augmentation or diminution of form, all occurring across a multi-level stage itself composed of refracted and splintered shapes.