depth perception

depth perception

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it is the name given to our perception of objects as three-dimensional (see 3d). some data is needed to detect the depth dimension. these data obtained with one eye are called monocular clues. but in some cases, two eyes must work together (see binocular) to obtain these data.

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interpreting visual stimuli takes place through understanding where and where the object is. as a result of the experiments with the babies mentioned by the above author, it was determined that it is even in 6-month-old babies.

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