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Vision, Volume 4, Issue 2 (June 2020) – 12 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Bishop Berkeley suggested that the distance of an object can be estimated if the object’s size is [...] Read more. Bishop Berkeley suggested that the distance of an object can be estimated if the object’s size is familiar. Some scholars have claimed that humans can perceive the distance of an object by using such “familiarity” information, but most of their experiments were not designed to minimize, or eliminate, several confounding factors. In our study, these factors were addressed and no familiarity effect was observed. The importance of familiarity in the perception of depth needs to be reconsidered. View this paper