# Visualise vs Projection - What's the difference?

visualise | projection |

## As a verb

is .

## As a noun

something which projects, protrudes, juts out, sticks out, or stands out.
To (
To make (something) (
Something which projects, protrudes, juts out, sticks out, or stands out.
The action of projecting]] or throwing or [[propel, propelling something.
The display of an image by devices such as movie projector, video projector, overhead projector or slide projector.
A forecast or prognosis obtained by extrapolation
(psychology) A belief or assumption that others have similar thoughts and experiences as oneself
(photography) The image that a translucent object casts onto another object.
(cartography) Any of several systems of intersecting lines that allow the curved surface of the earth to be represented on a flat surface. The set of mathematics used to calculate coordinate positions.
(geometry) An image of an object on a surface of fewer dimensions.
(linear algebra) An idempotent linear transformation which maps vectors from a vector space onto a subspace.
(mathematics) A transformation which extracts a fragment of a mathematical object.
(category theory) A morphism from a categorical product to one of its (two) components.

## As a verb **visualise**

is . ## As a noun **projection** is

something which projects, protrudes, juts out, sticks out, or stands out. # visualise

## English

### Alternative forms

* (*l*)

### Verb

(*visualis*)

*l*), or form a mental picture (of something).

*l*).

# projection

## English

### Noun

(*en noun*)

*The face of the cliff had many***projections**which are big enough for birds to nest on.

#### Synonyms

* (*something which sticks out*) protuberance

#### Derived terms

* * astral projection * axonometric projection * dimetric projection * graphical projection * oblique projection * orthographic projection * parallel projection * perspective projection * projective * isometric projection * trimetric projection### External links

* (*"projection" on Wikipedia*)