APPLICATIONS USED IN TEACHING TECHNICAL DRAWING FOR DEVELOPING THE SPATIAL ABILITY OF THE STUDENTS
Keywords:Orthogonal projection, axonometric projection, technical drawing, plane, spatial perception
The paper presents applications developed for teaching technical drawing. The purpose of the applications presented is to develop and improve the spatial ability of the students and their spatial perception of the objects. These applications are focused on the definition of the shape of the parts and their graphical representation, by considering the elements taught in the descriptive geometry course.
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