DepthPerception

DepthPerception - contrast. Shadows and Shading Visual...

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Depth Perception
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Penrose Stairs
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Cues for Depth Perception Binocular Cues Binocular disparity Convergence and Accommodation Monocular cues (pictorial) Atmospheric perspective Shadows and Shading Interposition Linear perspective Retinal size Texture gradients Depth through Motion Motion parallax Optic flow
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Binocular Disparity The further away an  object is, the more its  image moves inward  on the retina. 
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Convergence Your eyes turn inward  to focus on a near  object.  Distance  information might be  derived from the state  of the ocular eye  muscles.
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Atmospheric Perspective Scattering of light  causes spatial  blurring and loss of 
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Unformatted text preview: contrast. Shadows and Shading Visual perception apparently operates under the implicit assumption that the source of the light is overhead. The figures are the same, except that one has been rotated by 180 degrees. Note the effects of changing the position of the shading. Linear Perspective with Pogendorf Illusion Linear Perspective Linear Perspective and Texture Texture Gradients Texture Gradients Texture Gradients Interposition Retinal Size Retinal size provides information about the distance of people because of our extreme familiarity with their size....
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