The term isometric comes from the Greek for "having equal measurement".
isometric may mean:
Isometric projection (or "isometric perspective"), a method for the visual representation of three-dimensional objects in two dimensions; a form of orthographic projection, or more specifically, an axonometric projection.,
Isometric graphics in video games and pixel art, a near-isometric parallel projection used in computer art.,
Isometry and isometric embeddings in mathematics, a distance-preserving representation of one metric space as a subset of another. Like congruence in geometry.,
Isometric exercise, a form of resistance exercise in which one's muscles are used in opposition with other muscle groups, to increase strength, for bodybuilding, physical fitness, or strength training.,
Isometre, a rhythmic technique in music.,
Isometric joystick, a type of pointing stick, a computer input option,
Isometric process, a thermodynamic process at constant volume (also isovolumetric),
Cubic crystal system, also called isometric crystal system,
Isometric platformers, a video game genre.,
Isometric scaling, part of Allometry, which occurs when changes in size (during growth or over evolutionary time) do not lead to changes in proportion.
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