point of view: a mental position from which things are viewed; "we should consider this problem from the viewpoint of the Russians"; "teaching history gave him a special point of view toward current events"
vantage point: a place from which something can be viewed; "from that vantage point he could survey the whole valley"
ViewPoint is a 480ft (146m) tall skyscraper in Atlanta, Georgia. It started construction in 2006 and has 36 floors. Preston Partnership, LLC designed the building, and Novare Group developed it. The first 2 floors have of retail, and the skyscraper has 385 residential units. ...
Viewpoint is a now defunct public affairs talk show of GMA Network from 1984 to 1994, It was hosted by Dong Puno.
Viewpoint is an arcade isometric shooter, released in 1992 by SNK for the Neo-Geo arcade platform. By default, 1P and 2P can only play one after another; in the Service Mode though, simultaneous gameplay can be enabled.
Viewpoints is a technique of improvisation that provides a vocabulary for thinking about and acting upon movement and gesture. Originally developed in the 1970s by choreographer Mary Overlie, The Viewpoints theory was adapted for stage acting by directors Anne Bogart and Tina Landau. ...
(Viewpoints) the sides and angles from which an abject can be seen.
a point of awareness from which one can perceive.
The Model-Driven Architecture specifies three viewpoints on a system: a computation independent viewpoint, a platform independent viewpoint, and a platform specific viewpoint [MDA Guide]. ...
The location of a virtual camera in a model.
The location of the user's eye when viewing 3D graphs. It can be changed by pressing the arrows on the graphics panel.
a compositional device used in depicting space and objects in space (for example, high and low viewpoints, side-on views, close-ups, distant viewpoints).
As it relates to Kenpo entails having to view a confrontation from not only your point of view, but from your opponent's as well as a bystander's who might be a witness.
An identified location and position of a viewer.
Location of the camera relative to the subject.
The position of the viewer with respect to a Scene. See Navigation for more information.
The origin of either the eye- or the clip-coordinate system, depending on context. (For example, when discussing lighting, the viewpoint is the origin of the eye-coordinate system. When discussing projection, the viewpoint is the origin of the clip-coordinate system. ...
One of the Visual Elements. May be eye-level, overhead, low level, or some other unusual angle.