Flashcards in Perceptual Cues Deck (16):
We see qualities of an object is constant. Size, shape, and brightness.
Visual depth perception
The perception of cues that indicate the distance of an object.
Cues that do not use two eyes.
Objects in front are closer.
Larger objects are closer.
Objects produce smaller retinal image as they're farther away.
Detail of texture is greater if the surface is closer.
Cues that use two eyes
Binocular or retinal disparity
Binocular depth cute that depends on the distance between the two eyes. Because of their different positions, the two eyes receive slightly different images. The difference between these images is the retinal disparity. The brain interprets large retinal disparity to mean a closer object and small retinal disparity to mean a distant object.
As you move your head, images of close things change position more quickly on the retina than images of distant ones.
Laws that the brain uses to group or organize elements of the scene.
Objects near each other belong together.
Objects that resemble each other belong together.
Objects that form a continuous line belong together.
Objects that make up something we recognize belong together.