Quiz 2 - Q uiz 2 1.

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Quiz 2 1.   You are watching a movie in 3-D. You are wearing the glasses the theater has given you. Which depth cue is  primarily responsible for your ability to see the images in three dimensions?    Student Response Correct Answer Feedback A. convergence      B. motion parallax      C.  linear perspective      D.  aerial perspective      E. retinal disparity      General Feedback: 3-D movies actually involve two images. One image reflects what the left eye would see and the other reflects  what the right eye would see if you were actually looking at the three-dimensional object rather than a two- dimensional filmed image. Each lens of the 3-D glasses is designed to only allow one image to pass through  the lens. To the brain, the information from the eyes is what would be expected from an actual three- dimensional object. Therefore, the brain combines the information as it does information from the two eyes  every moment of our seeing lives. The cue that is operating in this case, then, is retinal disparity- that each eye  receives a different image which the brain combines to provide a three-dimensional image of the world. Score:
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2010 for the course PYSC 2301 taught by Professor Hartgrove during the Spring '10 term at San Jacinto.

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