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06 perception memory 06 perception memory Presentation Transcript

  • • Long term memory: Learning• Short term memory• Working memory
  • VISUALPERCEPTIONGESTALT PRINCIPLES OF VISUAL ORGANIZATION:SOME EXAMPLES
  • GESTALT PRINCIPLES• How people see/interpret the world• 3 German psychologists• Early 1900s Figure/Ground Grouping
  • Figure/Ground Grouping• Surroundedness• Smallness• Symmetry M
  • Figure/Ground Grouping• Proximity• Similarity• Good Continuity• Closure
  • PROXIMITY – Features that are close togetherare associated
  • PROXIMITY – Features that are close togetherare associated
  • PROXIMITY – Features that are close togetherare associated Violation!
  • SIMILARITY– Features that look similarare associated Icon families
  • SIMILARITY– Features that look similarare associated
  • SIMILARITY– Features that look similarare associated
  • PROXIMITY + SIMILARITY
  • GOOD CONTINUITY– We prefer smoothcontinuity to abrupt changes
  • GOOD CONTINUITY– We prefer smoothcontinuity to abrupt changes
  • GOOD CONTINUITY– Brain continuesshapes beyond their ending point; flow Text Text Text
  • GOOD CONTINUITY
  • GOOD CONTINUITY
  • GOOD CONTINUITY
  • CLOSURE– Brain prefers closed rather thanopen figures
  • CLOSURE– Brain prefers closed rather thanopen figures
  • CLOSURE– Brain prefers closed rather thanopen figures
  • Figure/Ground Grouping • Proximity• Surroundedness • Similarity• Smallness • Good Continuity• Symmetry • Closure
  • EYE SIGHTContrast sensitivityIrradiation: • The quick red fox jumps over the lazy brown dog • The quick red fox jumps over the lazy brown dog • The quick red fox jumps over the lazy brown dog • The quick red fox jumps over the lazy brown dog S S
  • COLOR BLINDNESS!