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Question 220Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestion_____ is a monocular cue for depth. AnswerDivergence Accommodation Retinal disparity Overlap
Add Question HereQuestion 221Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionYou are walking on a graveled road. As you look down at your feet, you can make out the varied shapes, sizes, colors, and jagged edges of the rocks, but as you look at the road in the distance, the rocks appear smaller and smoother. This differing view of the rocks illustrates
Add Question HereQuestion 222Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionYou are standing in the middle of a field of long, tall grass and flowers. When you look at your feet and at the area immediately around you, you can see great detail and pick out all the individual pieces of foliage. However, when you look up in the distance, the grass and flowers lose detail and begin to merge together. This phenomenon involves the pictorial depth cue of
Add Question HereQuestion 223Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionIf you stand in the middle of a cobblestone street, the street will look coarse near your feet and finer if you look into the distance. This is called
Add Question HereQuestion 224Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionDistant objects tend to look hazy, washed out in color, and lacking in detail, which illustrates Answeraerial perspective. light and shadow. the motion parallax. stereoscopic vision.
Add Question HereQuestion 225Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionThe pilot of a small fishing boat complains that on exceptionally clear days distances are harder to judge. This is probably due to the loss of which depth cue?
Add Question HereQuestion 226Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionSmog, fog, and haze add to the apparent distance of an object. This is called
Add Question HereQuestion 227Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionWhen you are traveling in a wide open space with clean air, very distant mountains often appear to be closer than they really are. This occurrence is due to a decrease in
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