Nearer objects look bigger accommodaton our brains can

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Unformatted text preview: – a group of perceptual psychologists that study and definethe rules that we use to perceive the world Gestalt Principles An Example of Perceptual Psychology Research: Depth PercepTon •  Binocular Cues (two eyes) –  ReTnal disparity: the distance of an object is determined by the difference of the signals received by the two eyes –  Convergence: the distance of an object is determined by the amount of eye movement required to focus on an object Monocular Cues (when two eyes are not required) •  Object size (relaTve size): nearer objects look bigger •  AccommodaTon: Our brains can detect how much the lens of the eye needed to shi] in order to focus on an object •  Detail (relaTve clarity): more detail signifies a closer object Visual Illusions: Another Way to Understand InterpretaTon •  So we can stud...
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This note was uploaded on 05/15/2013 for the course CS 162 taught by Professor Kubiatowicz during the Spring '02 term at Berkeley.

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