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Visstereo

  1. 1. Stereo Vision and DepthPerception  Monocular Vision  Binocular Vision  Stereoscopic Vision  stardome java movie
  2. 2. Stereo Vision and DepthPerception Monocular Cues to depth perception Vergence (convergence) The degree of eyes crossing necessary to fixate on an object.
  3. 3. Stereo Vision and DepthPerception Monocular Cues to depth perception Accommodation: The amount of accommodation that the lens performs to focus varies with the distance from the object to the eye
  4. 4. Stereo Vision and DepthPerception Monocular Cues to depth perception Linear Perspective
  5. 5. Stereo Vision and DepthPerception Monocular Cues to depth perception Size Gradients
  6. 6. Stereo Vision and Depth Perception Monocular Cues to depth perception Visual Field Height
  7. 7. Stereo Vision and DepthPerception Monocular Cues to depth perception Shading and Contours
  8. 8. Stereo Vision and DepthPerception Monocular Cues to depth perception Shading and Contours
  9. 9. Stereo Vision and DepthPerception Monocular Cues to depth perception Occlusion
  10. 10. Stereo Vision and DepthPerception Monocular Cues to depth perception Atmospheric Blurring
  11. 11. Stereo Vision and DepthPerception Monocular Cues to depth perception Motion Parallax
  12. 12. StereoVision andDepthPerception Anaglyph Method
  13. 13. StereoVision andDepthPerception Anaglyph Method
  14. 14. StereoVision andDepthPerception Anaglyph Method
  15. 15. Stereo Vision and DepthPerception Anaglyph Method
  16. 16.  Anaglyph Method
  17. 17. StereoVision andDepthPerception Anaglyph Random Dot Stereogram
  18. 18. Stereo Vision and DepthPerception
  19. 19. Stereo Vision and DepthPerception Stereoscopic Method
  20. 20. Stereo Visionand DepthPerception Stereoscopic Method
  21. 21. Stereo Visionand DepthPerception Holograms
  22. 22. Random Dot Stereogram
  23. 23. DisparityDetectionCells
  24. 24. DisparityDetectionCells
  25. 25. PerceivingSizeAre thesecircles thesame size?
  26. 26. PerceivingSizeAre thesecircles thesame size?
  27. 27. PerceivingSizeSize perceptioninteracts withperception ofdepthSize Constancy:We tend tomaintain thesize of an objectgiven depthcues
  28. 28. Perceiving SizeSize Constancy: We tend to maintain the size of an object given depth cues.Perceived Size = K (Retinal Size x Distance)
  29. 29. Perceiving SizeRelative Size Cues
  30. 30. Perceiving SizeRelative Size Cues
  31. 31. Perceiving SizeRelative Size Cues
  32. 32. Veridical Perception and IllusionsWhen perceptual cuesare present thenperception is accurateor veridical; if cues arenot present then weperceive illusionsMuller-Lyer Illusion
  33. 33. Veridical Perception and IllusionsMuller-Lyer Illusion
  34. 34. Veridical Perception and IllusionsMuller-Lyer Illusion
  35. 35. Veridical Perception and IllusionsPonzo Illusion
  36. 36. Veridical Perception and IllusionsAmes Room
  37. 37. Veridical Perception and Illusions QuickTime™ and a Video decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  38. 38. Veridical Perception and IllusionsMoon Illusion: Apparent Depth: The horizoncontains depth information, the sky does not
  39. 39. Veridical Perception and Illusions QuickTime™ and a Video decompressor are needed to see this picture.

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