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04.14_Perception3 - Perception III Under normal conditions,...

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© S. J. Luck All rights reserved 1 © S. J. Luck All Rights Reserved Perception III • Under normal conditions, the human visual system performs form perception so effortlessly that we do not appreciate how difFcult it is • ±orm perception can be broken into 3 stages: – Parsing – Surface interpretation – Recognition • The visual input consists of a huge array of brightness and color values, not a collection of objects • The Frst step in form perception is to segregate (parse) the input into areas corresponding to objects • This involves: – ±inding edges – ±illing in behind occluders – Grouping parts together to form wholes (Gestalt principles)
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© S. J. Luck All rights reserved 2 APPLE • The Gestalt psychologists believed that a whole is not just a collection of parts – The overall organization of the visual input inFuences how the parts are interpreted – “Gestalt” means “±gure” in the sense of a uni±ed or meaningful whole
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