Section 1 Notes- How We See

Section 1 Notes- How We See - SECT ION 1 HOW WE SEE(C H 1-4...

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SECTION 1: HOW WE SEE (CH 1-4) TYPES OF VISUAL MESSAGES Mental comes inadvertently is not literally seen, but a conjuring of known information/ visuals Direct “raw feed” what you see as you look around Mediated visual passes through another medium to be seen ex: TV, photo, etc THE SENSES Touch, Smell, Taste, Hearing, Sight ALDOUS HUXLEY: THE ART OF SEEING To Sense just the physiological act of seeing something that is in your field of vision to receive visual input To Select compare and contrast visual inputs and choose a particular one To Perceive choosing to think about something you select make a judgement of value Remember, Learn, Know last three steps to inform literacy & competency WHAT IS LIGHT? The Nature of Light light= 70,000,000 mph Particles or Waves? Sir Isaac Newton= particles, one beam Christian Huygens= waves, several beams in different directions Max Planck= quantum theory
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