One of the high school art standards is to use one and two point perspective to draw. Linear and atmospheric perspective are based on visual perception and creating the illusion of three dimensional space on a two dimensional surface. This doesn't make a lot of sense for people with no vision. Luckily, some of my students have a little vision, and the others can memorize the rules.
For one point perspective projects, some students used boxes going back to a single vanishing point in the middle of the page, and others chose to have flat shapes turned prisms and cylinders by the tangents and corners going back to the point. Others created a imaginary cityscape using a single point from which to radiate lines for streets, sidewalks and the tops and bottoms of sky scrapers. The building sides that face the viewer were all rectangles and squares. Vertical lines always stayed vertical.