Motion parallax

Motion parallax - Motion parallax near objects are...

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Motion parallax - near objects are displaced more than far objects as viewer moves Telephone posts and trees – telephone poles seem to whir by much more rapidly than trees farther away Pictorial cues – cues that can be dpecited in static 2d image such a painting Occlusion – if one obj occludes part of another obj the occluded obj is more distance Relative size – the larger the obj is the larger angle is occupies on retina o Distnace = obj size / retinal size Relative height – location of obj from bottom to top, higher obj is in pic plane the farther away it is perceived to lie Texture gradient – combo of relative size and relative height, Linear perspective – parallel lines converging is a depth cue Atmospheric/aerial perceptive – the farther away the more scattered light becomces, increase in blurriness/haziness, fatherer away take on a bluer tinge Familiar size – 3 coins, participants in dark room, images suspended in mid air, no depth cues, estimate how far away each
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course PSYC 225 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at UNC.

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