sightline

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Etymology[edit]

sight +‎ line

Noun[edit]

sightline (plural sightlines)

  1. A line between an observer or a piece of optical equipment and an object of interest; line of sight.
    • 2015, Jeromy Hopgood, Dance Production: Design and Technology (page 44)
      This area, referred to as the fly loft, should typically be two and a half times taller than the proscenium opening in order to fly the scenery above the vertical sightlines of the first row of the audience.

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