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Overlap

Overlap - Overlap is the placement of one shape in front of another to create the illusion of depth. Related Concepts: Depth Cues. ...

Known Size or Scale

Known Size or Scale - Known size or scale is a depth cue that reveals depth through associations of figures and shapes that have an intrinsi...

Linear Perspective

Linear Perspective - Linear perspective is a mathematical system for creating apparent depth and volume on a surface. Linear perspective has...

Atmospheric Perspective

Atmospheric Perspective - Atmospheric perspective is a visual phenomenon in which the density of the atmosphere progressively increases thr...

Shadows/Shading

Shadows/Shading - Shadows/Shading is a depth cue that combines two elements. The first element is shadows which refers to the use of a cast ...

Retinal Disparity

Retinal disparity - Retinal disparity, sometimes called binocular disparity, is part of the process in visual perception that generates the ...

Relative Size Relationship

Relative Size Relationship - Relative size reveals depth through what the mind translates as closer and further from a viewer. If an image...

Kinetic Depth

Kinetic Depth (motion parallax) - Kinetic depth (or motion parallax) is a depth cue that is based on movement. As objects move through the f...

Depth Cues

Depth Cues are a group of concepts that assist vision in determining depth. The majority of depth perception takes advantage of multiple depth cu...