1. Why are pictoral cues useful for depth perception?
- They allow us to see depth without binocular disparity i.e with one eye
- They allow us to see depth with binocular disparity i.e with one eye
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2. How do autostereograms differ from normal stereograms?
- The picture is varied rather than repeated
- The picture is repeated rather than varied
- The two pictures are superimposed rather than adjacent
- The two pictures are adjacent rather than superimposed
3. How does contouring give the appearence of facial depth according to optics?
- The perception of depth can be increased by artificially creating shadow and a longer optical path to edges
- The perception of depth can be increased by artificially creating shadow and a shorter optical path to edges
4. In stereopsis, what happens when objects are too far away?
- Disparity becomes too small, depth cannot be inferred
- Double vision (diplopia)
5. If I closed my left eye, and the target was closer than my fixation point, which diplopic image would disappear?
- Right image
- Left image
- Neither image
- Both images