# Descriptive Geometry

Descriptive geometry is quite a different and useful branch of mathematics. It was discovered in 1765 by Gaspard Monge who was at that time a draftsman in military. He got his findings published, which were found to be of great importance at that time. He is therefore known as "**the father of descriptive geometry**".

Descriptive geometry deals with two-dimension projection of a three-dimensional image. This branch of mathematices has now become an important part architectural drawing and many other areas. In this page, we shall go little ahead and learn about descriptive geometry and techniques involved in it.