Lecture_19 - Visual Perception and Attention Stages of...

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Unformatted text preview: Visual Perception and Attention Stages of Visual Information Processing Attention for Selection Attention for Action Attention for Naught Stages of Visual Information Processing Stages of Visual Information Processing (a la David Marr) Primal Sketch 2 1/2-D Sketch 3-D Model Primal Sketch (Primal Sketch) Marr s Theory of Vision luminance orientation color motion disparity Image Deconstruction STAGE 1 FEATURES Stages of Visual Information Processing (a la David Marr) Primal Sketch 2 1/2-D Sketch 3-D Model 2 1/2-D Sketch (2 1/2-D Sketch) Marr s Theory of Vision shape texture velocity depth Image Reconstruction STAGE 2 SURFACES Stages of Visual Information Processing (a la David Marr) Primal Sketch 2 1/2-D Sketch 3-D Model 3-D Model Marr s Theory of Vision STAGE 3 Full 3-D Model to be presented to the rest of the brain for inspection? Visual Perception and Attention Stages of Visual Information Processing...
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This note was uploaded on 05/27/2008 for the course PSYCH 1200 taught by Professor Spivey,m during the Summer '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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Lecture_19 - Visual Perception and Attention Stages of...

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