Darstellende Geometrie I

Wahrnehmen und Darstellen I
Darstellende Geometrie I
Darstellende Geometrie und Perspektive
Akad. Dir. Cornelie Leopold
Dipl.-Ing. Romy Link
08.11.21, 10:00
Vorlesung in Zoom, Übung Gebäude 1, Raum 1-160 / 1-060 sowie Digital
The subject Descriptive Geometry introduces the geometry of spatial objects and their representation in drawings. The geometric representation methods of parallel and central projection are the foundation. In the first semester, the focus is on parallel projection, which is developed into a working method by means of assigned views, in order to solve spatial problems in drawings. The examination of the creation of basic geometric shapes as well as their sections, penetrations and unfoldings form another focus. Examples of spatial objects, buildings and terrain are constructed and represented in assigned views, axonometries as well as topographic projections.
Light and shadow conditions are determined according to realistic sun positions depending on the geographical location, the time of year and day, integrated into the representations.
The spatial model in physical and digital form complements the drawings and clarifies the relationship between 3D and 2D. In lectures (online) and labs (presence) the basics are taught and worked out together in drawings. In three tasks the students implement the learned methods. Registration via KIS no later than 25.10.2021, 12:00 a.m., A-DG-BA1.31-V-1 (Lecture)