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Matematyka w sztuce – anamorfoza

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In painting, anamorphosis means a representation of images distorted at the surface, which from a certain point of view turn out to be regular and made according to proper proportions. Questions arise: which geometric rules describe these transformations and how to classify them? Do those perspective tricks have practical use? Descriptive and analytic geometry tries to answer these and many other questions and shows another close connection between mathematics and art.
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