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Unformatted text preview: 1. Magic eye: 3-D with special glasses a. Brain does not usually use binocular disparity ii. Motion parallax 1. Motion only, not in still images iii. Texture gradients 1. Still and motion a. Ex. a picture of a road, the middle yellow lines are initially far apart, but farther and father away, the yellow lines merge iv. Occlusion 1. Still and motion a. The easiest and most common way people see depth II. How documents engage a. In order to help readers recognize the documents that deserve their consideration designers must do: i. They must visibly structure the document so that the main ideas catch the attention of busy readers ii. They must use language, both visual and verable, that connects with the readers’ knowledge, experience, beliefs, and values b. think about the sender of the visual, what is their purpose?...
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- Spring '08
- Depth perception, Binocular disparity, texture gradients