Eight sources included in this analysis occlusion

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eight sources included in this analysis occlusion  (interposition) relative height  (height in visual field, angular elevation) relative size  (& familiar size) relative density aerial perspective  (atmospheric perspective) accommodation  (& convergence)   binocular disparity & stereo motion perspective
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at least four sources of information not included 1. shadows [in Goldstein] 2. accretion and deletion of texture [in Goldstein] 3. texture gradients [in Goldstein] 4. linear perspective [in Goldstein as perspective convergence]
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1. shadows --> shape not depth Claude V é nard,  Le Champs de Mars et  la Tour Eiffel,  1976 Robert Delauney,  Tour Eiffel et  Champs de Mars,  1922 Shadows
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2. accretion and deletion of texture --> occlusion and motion perspective
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3. texture gradient -->same as density
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4. linear perspective --> coupling of size, density, height, & occlusion with straight lines, particularly parallels
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J. LeFranc,  La Tour Eiffel et le  chemin de fer de Versailles,  1943 Robert Delauney,  La Tour Eiffel,  1926
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Andr é  Granet,  La Tour Eiffel illumin é e par l’Exposition de 1937
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Ilan Wolff The coupling of (near) parallel lines with occlusion, size,  height, and density make the measurement of distance  more accurate, but no new sources of information are  added.
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you don’t  need to  know this Goldstein #  para 2 1 2 1 2 4 2 22
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