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1 Depth and Size Perception Distal stimulus: the stimulus in the world Proximal stimulus: the retinal image Perception: the “representation” of the distal stimulus Perception Proximal stimulus Distal stimulus ? Berkeley’s problem: How do flat retinal images give rise to perception of depth?
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2 Pictorial (monocular) depth cues Cues that are available from either of the two retinal images Occlusion A region that partially covers another region appears closer Relative size of familiar objects Assuming two objects are of equal physical size, the one that takes less of the field of view is seen as farther away
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3 Texture Gradient Progressive changes in texture that signal distance Linear Perspective The depth cue provided by the fact that parallel lines appear to converge in the distance
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4 Atmospheric cue The relative clarity of visual elements in a field of view signals distance How many pictorial depth cues can you identify? Why do people almost never confuse a picture with reality?
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5 Oculomotor Depth Cues The depth cues associated with accommodation and vergence eye movement Accommodation Convergence and divergence
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