isometric projection

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isometric projection

the rendering of an object or floor plan in scale as viewed from a stated angle. Cf. orthographic projection.
See also: Drawing
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Played from an isometric perspective, you can go in all guns blazing, attempt tactical two-man takedowns with your partner, or make more difficult non-lethal arrests for greater rewards.
As Princess Ida, you'll explore a host of level environments that evoke memories of those brain-twisting Escher drawings, where the isometric perspective and innovative manipulation of your surroundings make for a stunning adventure puzzler.
An isometric perspective gives you a bird's eye view of the outrageous events in Quahog and it's the bang-on recreation of Peter Griffin and co's ludicrous world that continues to tickle the ribs.
Three-dimensional objects are often drawn in isometric perspective because the drawing is in three dimensions, gives a correct visual impression (top, front and side views) and the distances and lengths are to scale.