Depth Cues Quiz!

Question 1 of 14

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What is size constancy?

Select one of the following:

  • Size constancy is a binocular depth cue in which the brain scales an image up or down even when the distance it has from us changes.

  • Size constancy is a monocular depth cue in which the bigger the object is the nearer it seems to us and vice versa.

Question 2 of 14

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What are 'depth cues'?

Select one of the following:

  • Depth cues are the visual clues we use to perceive the distance/depth of an object.

  • Depth cues are the details in the image which hint open it's size of the object.

Question 3 of 14

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Describe what a monocular depth cue is?

Select one of the following:

  • Monocular depth cues are clues to distance that needs 2 eyes.

  • Monocular depth cues are clues to distance that need 1 eye.

Question 4 of 14

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What is height-of-the-plane?

Select one of the following:

  • It is a monocular depth cue, where things closer to the horizon appear closer to us than things below or above the horizon.

  • It is a binocular depth cue, where things closer to the horizon appear closer to us than things below or above the horizon.

Question 5 of 14

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What is Linear Perspective?

Select one of the following:

  • It is a monocular depth cue, where lines which are parallel appear to meet (converge) in the distance.

  • It is a monocular depth cue, where the your perspective of something becomes a line, to show that it is 1D

Question 6 of 14

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What are three tasks that monocular depth cues use?

Select one of the following:

  • Monocule, binoculars, glasses

  • Monocule, telescope, microscope

Question 7 of 14

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what is superimposition?

Select one of the following:

  • It is a monocular depth cue, where a partly hidden object must be further away than the object covering it.

  • It is a binocular depth cue which means overlap.

Question 8 of 14

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What is relative size?

Select one of the following:

  • It is a monocular depth cue, where the bigger the object is the nearer it seems to us and the smaller the object is the further it seems to us.

  • It is a monocular depth cue, where when the position of one object is in front of another and that object appears closer to the object it is covering.

Question 9 of 14

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What is texture gradient?

Select one of the following:

  • It is a monocular depth cue, the bigger the object the nearer it seems to us.

  • It is a monocular depth cue, the more detail in the image the nearer it is and the less detail there is the further away it is.

Question 10 of 14

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How does our brain perceive third dimension?

Select one of the following:

  • Part of the process involves picking up depth cues from the image the brain receive allows from the retina. These allow brain to detect depth.

  • The brain perceives the image that falls on the retina using binocular depth cues.

Question 11 of 14

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What is stereopsis?

Select one of the following:

  • Stereopsis is a binocular cue to depth, the bigger the difference between the view seen by the left and right eye, the closer the viewer is looking.

  • Steropsis is a binocular cue to depth in which an object is made to look normal by your right and left eye comparing it.

Question 12 of 14

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What is stereopsis?

Select one of the following:

  • Stereopsis is a binocular cue to depth, the bigger the difference between the view seen by the left and right eye, the closer the viewer is looking.

  • Steropsis is a binocular cue to depth in which an object is made to look normal by your right and left eye comparing it.

Question 13 of 14

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Describe what a binocular depth cue is?

Select one of the following:

  • Binocular depth cues are what your blind spot fills in.

  • Binocular depth cues are depth cues with two eyes.

Question 14 of 14

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Which of these is the correct definition of size constancy??

Select one of the following:

  • When we see objects we know at different distances away from us, we use size constancy. An object that is far away will make a small image on the retina. An object that is right in front of us will make a big image on the retina. Size constancy adjusts vision to make objects appear normal in size.

  • When we see objects we know at different distances away from us, we use size constancy. An object that is far away will make a big image on the retina. An object that is right in front of us will make a small image on the retina. Size constancy adjusts vision to make objects appear bigger in size.

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