We stated that the use of monocular depth cues involved certain heuristic assumptions about the nature of world. What are these heuristics, and how are they used in conjunction with the projectional geometry to derive depth information? Describe each of the static (pictorial) cues for depth. Give three examples of stimuli that could fool the system and explain what heuristic assumptions have been violated.

We stated that the use of monocular depth cues involved certain heuristic assumptions about the nature of the world. What are these heuristics, and how are they used in conjunction with the projection geometry to derive depth information? Describe each of the static (pictorial) cues for depth. Give three examples of stimuli that could fool the system and explain what heuristic assumptions have been violated.

 

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