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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 10 cue approach to depth perception finds information from the RET I NA and it depends on experience! OCCLU MOTOR CUES: ONLY USEFUL UP TO AN ARMS LENGTH! 1. CONVERGENCE ( EFFECTIVE!) 2. ACCOMODATION (of the lens) MONOCU LAR CUES: 1. ACCOMODATION 2. PICTORIAL CUES OCCLUSION: only indicates the relative distance not the absolute distance. RELATIVE HEIGHT: below horizon / bases higher = further RELATIVE SIZE: PERSPECTIVE CONVERGENCE FAMILIAR SIZE ATMOSPHERIC PERSPECTIVE TEXTURE GRADIENT SHADOWS 3. MOVEMENT BASED CUES MOTION PARALLAX (image of a nearby object travels more distance across the retina) DELETION AND ACCRETION (involves motion parallax and occlusion) CHK TABLE PG 235 BINOCULAR CUES: ( OUR EYES ARE 6 CM APART! And we make 3 F IXAT IONS PER SECOND) HOROPTER Passes through the fixation point All points that fall on the fovea ABSOLUTE DISPARITY: It provides information about D ISTANCE from the HOROPTER!HOROPTER!...
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2011 for the course PSYC 212 taught by Professor Shahin during the Fall '11 term at McGill.
- Fall '11