space perception

space perception

[′spās pər‚sep·shən]
(physiology)
The awareness of the spatial properties and relations of an object, or of one's own body, in space; especially, the sensory appreciation of position, size, form, distance, and direction of an object, or of the observer himself, in space.
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It would seem that, in man, all that makes up space perception, including the correlation of sight and touch and so on, is almost entirely acquired.
Based on an analysis of the existing literature on space perception and our research results, we have identified the following optical factors: effect of chromatic stereoscopy, aerial (atmospheric) perspective, Tyndall effect, additive colour mixing, simultaneous contrast, effect of colour irradiation, glare, Purkinje shift, Aubert phenomenon.
Space perception, such as specification of dimensions and forms, and their visual cognition are major functions of cognitive perception through vision [17].
"To have accurate space perception, the ground surface is very important," Ooi relates.
Speed factor is involved in space perception. For achieving legibility, variables like space, symbol, speed and scale should be combined.
For her, the "snail" mode of visual perception is often closely related to memory, which is much more likely than space perception to cause a surfacing of memoire involontaire.
Washington, March 17 (ANI): Scientists have discovered that the part of the brain that normally works with our eyes to process vision and space perception can actually rewire itself to process sound information instead in people who are born blind.
Whether residing in independent living, assisted living, or in a household in the healthcare center, the detail, space perception, and feeling of home is there.
Space Perception as a Factor in Land Use Decision Making.
The gap between the lens was like the bridge between the eyes, adding space perception. But the quality of the shots was not always the best, and the altered equilibrium sometimes caused headaches and nausea.
This part of the brain is also involved in space perception, which could be an advantage when it comes to sports and games.

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