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What 3 things does "seeing" consist of?
physical abilities(actually seeing), perception and recognition, interpretation and judgment of context (most important)
outer layer of eye
sclera (white part covered by conjunctiva) and cornea
middle layer of eye
choroid (supplies blood), ciliary muscle (changes shape of lens), pupil, and iris
outer lens
cornea and aqueous humor (bend light)
inner eye
vitreous humor
innermost layer of eye
retina (rods and cones and foveal field)
optical disk
blind spot
rods
light and dark, basic shapes, movment
cones
fine lines, see detail
myopia
nearsighted. convex eye
hypermetropia
farsighted. concave eye.
astigmatism
cornea is oval, not sphere. cylindrical curve corrects.
color system
gamut made possible by mixing primary colors for a system.
gamut
total range of colors possible in one system
additive process
white made from adding red green and blue light waves
subtractive process
white = no pigment
rashomon
situations with more than one interpretation of an event
stroboscope
flip book
Gestalt theory
(means form or shape)
1. parts of an image each have own value and meaning
2. image is greater than the sum of its parts
4 laws of Gestalt
similarity, proximity, continuance, common fate
sign
anything that stands for something else
code
ways of making sence of our behavior
icons
closely resemble what they represent
pictographs
resemble objects but aren't realistic
indexes
complex signs that must be interpreted to be understood.
symbols
signs with non-conventional meaning (flag)
design
how we visually order our surroundings
layout
placement of predetermined elements within a format
saturation
purity of a color