Definition of perspectograph
: an instrument used as an aid to drawing in perspective by fixing in the picture the positions of some of the points or outlines of the objects to be represented
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Origin and Etymology of perspectograph
Latin perspectus (past participle of perspicere to look through) + English -o + -graph — more at perspective
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